The NFL's tuck rule could be on its way out.  The league's competition committee is proposing eliminating the rule that became infamous during a Patriots-Raiders playoff game in January 2002.  If approved, it will be ruled a fumble when a quarterback loses control of the ball as he tries to bring it back to his body after a pump fake.  It's currently an incompletion.  League owners will vote on this and other rule changes at the NFL owners meetings starting Sunday in Phoenix.

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