The NFL is at it again.

In an effort to extract every ounce of joy from the game, the league is now apparently legislating athleticism.

Beginning this coming season, players will no longer be allowed to leap over the line of scrimmage to block a field goal or extra point.

Say it ain't so, NFL.

Sadly, this is the price we must pay for player safety. To see examples of what we'll be missing, click on The Daily Player at your leisure.

And if you want to see what's fun to wear on your non-kicking feet, check the Shoes collection at Fanorama for nifty numbers like these super-light mesh sports numbers for only $39.98:

super-light mesh sports shoes

Do know they're good for kicking around the house. And the NFL hasn't banned that yet.





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