Transcript for NFL commissioner weighs in as Kraft pleads not guilty
Now the latest on embattled patriots owner Robert Kraft. He is officially pleaded not guilty to charges of soliciting a prostitute and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell weighed in for the first time at the NFL owners' meeting saying the personal conduct policy applies to everybody and when we have all the information we will be fair and smart about it. T.J. Holmes is here and, T.J., another big headline is coming out of the meeting. A big rule change on pass interference. A major change in the way NFL games are officiated. Saints fans, look away. This is the play that caused the outrage. If this rule had been in place two months ago the saints, not the rams would have gone to the super bowl. This is the noncall on that pass interference. It was obvious. Well now the rule has been changed to where this play can be reviewed. They can review a call and a noncall. This was a noncall so the booth could review it but this was a response to the outrage. Robin, you can look back. We're done. The replay is over. Look back now. Thank you. This is the big change, you know -- Huge. They tried to not call things because they want to speed up the game but I think people at home want them to get it right. Try it for a year. Try it for a year. See where it goes from there. Thank you.
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