The NFL has begun exploring ways to provide replay rights to players who are not involved in the play-calling, according to league sources.
A draft proposal released by the league on Wednesday outlines a plan to give replay rights for NFL games to players participating in the game who are eligible for them.
The draft draft proposal was first reported by ESPN.
The league said it has not yet made a final decision on the plan.
The proposal would give players replay rights if they have not played a game in at least two years, and if they participate in a play-in game that was held on a Saturday or Sunday, the next week, and during any game in which they are eligible.
It also would give replay access to players with a concussion.
The NFLPA and other players’ rights groups are already calling for the league to implement more transparency around its rules and procedures for handling concussions.
But the league has yet to propose a plan.
On Monday, the league said that it would allow a handful of players to remain suspended for up to a year if they had not been cleared by the NFL and their clubs of any wrongdoing.