The headline on PFT was posted in the wee hours Monday morning. It reads "League quietly shifts focus of helmet-to-helmet hits." Here's Florio:
More rules changes today, including protecting quarterbacks while also creating more opportunities for them to get hurt and finding a way to have even more riding on the outcome of playoff games.
The NFL has approved four rule changes for next season that will theoretically lower the incidence of player injury, but will hopefully not make highlight packages more boring. (Illegal hits are still great for marketing.)