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NFL commissioner Roger Goodell isn’t a fan of the Philadelphia Eagles’ signature short-yardage play.
Goodell reportedly wants to “permanently” ban the Eagles’ “tush push” play, according to Dianna Russini of The Athletic.
The call typically consists of quarterback Jalen Hurts lining up behind All-Pro center Jason Kelce with two players behind him before snapping the ball, falling forward while the two aforementioned players essentially shove him into the end zone.
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