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The NFL Players Association opposed the new rule of penalizing hip-drop tackles, arguing that it would create confusion for players, coaches, and others involved in the game. However, despite their opposition, the proposed penalty gained significant support from teams during league meetings on Monday. This support remained strong when the measure was put to a vote, with team owners in favor of the rule change. On Monday, the NFL confirmed that the proposal had been approved and would be implemented in the upcoming season. Under the new rule, hip-drop tackles will result in a 15-yard penalty during games and players may also face fines from the league. These tackles lead to significantly more injuries than other types of tackles according to the league.

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