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    Default XFL Announces Set of Rules Designed to Increase Action Without Sacrificing Player Safety

    The XFL announced Tuesday the rules it will play by when it relaunches in February. The rules are designed to create excitement, without the dangerous gimmicks that the failed 2001 version of the league will be remembered by.

    The rules are intended to produce more kick returns and dissuade teams from punting by moving the ball to the 35-yard-line on a touchback. A rule allowing two forward passes on a single play (as long as the first pass doesn’t cross the line of scrimmage) is designed to encourage innovative trick plays. The league will also use a shootout-style overtime format. Each major rule change is accompanied by an explanatory video on the league’s website.
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