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    Quote Originally Posted by 1998braves64 View Post
    That was the first year of any hand signal was going to be a fair catch signal.

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    It's not a fair catch signal. It's an invalid fair catch signal. It's been a rule for much longer than that, but it may have been an interpretation clarification. The invalid signal was usually a short arm or just raising but not waving. But players started doing the get away signal more often and it wasn't consistently called the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by westnodak93bison View Post
    Yes. Flag football is coming

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    Indeed it is. I recently noticed a young team practicing (1011 year olds?) and they were wearing protective head gear/helmets similar to this. Flag Football leagues are trending up especially at the younger levels. Will there come a day when it trickles into high school and beyond?



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    Ive heard some youth leagues have poles/pegs under shoulder pads and if a defender pulls one, the offensive player is considered down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ndsubison1 View Post
    Ive heard some youth leagues have poles/pegs under shoulder pads and if a defender pulls one, the offensive player is considered down.
    I'm trying like hell but I can't come up with anything that makes sense when reading this. The defender pulls his own peg? How does a defender reach under another's jersey to pull said peg? None if this makes sense. I need more context or explanation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAILG8R View Post
    I'm trying like hell but I can't come up with anything that makes sense when reading this. The defender pulls his own peg? How does a defender reach under another's jersey to pull said peg? None if this makes sense. I need more context or explanation.

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    The defender pulls them off of the ball carrier. Basically flag football. They are on the lower back. They had one broken arm testing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TAILG8R View Post
    I'm trying like hell but I can't come up with anything that makes sense when reading this. The defender pulls his own peg? How does a defender reach under another's jersey to pull said peg? None if this makes sense. I need more context or explanation.

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    Check out this recent story from WDAY for context.

    http://www.wday.com/news/4431841-nds...id-concussions

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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Funk View Post
    Check out this recent story from WDAY for context.

    http://www.wday.com/news/4431841-nds...id-concussions
    Ah yes. I have seen those before. When I read "under the shoulder pads" I was picturing something literally underneath the shoulder pads not below them. I've always hated flag football because the damn things are twisting and twirling around as the runner spins, etc. At least this keeps the target somewhat steady.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Funk View Post
    Check out this recent story from WDAY for context.

    http://www.wday.com/news/4431841-nds...id-concussions

    This may help with regard to tackling, but what about blocking? And mid-air collisions when both are going for the ball? The "flag football" solution doesn't seem like a comprehensive solution.
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