The Week That Was: Owners Approve Rule Changes, Reggie McKenzie Discusses State Of The Team

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The center of the NFL universe shifted to Florida this week, as the NFL Owners Meeting took place in Boca Raton.

In addition to ownership, general managers and head coaches were also in attendance, including Reggie McKenzie and Jack Del Rio.

Both McKenzie and Del Rio spoke about the state of the team, but that wasn't the only news to come out of the meetings in Florida.

Let's catch you up on the week that was.

NFL Owners Approve 10 Rule Changes

Earlier this week, 10 rule changes were adopted by the NFL owners heading into the 2016 season.

The new rules include making all chop blocks illegal, as well as expanding the horse collar rule to include when a defender grabs the jersey at the name plate or above.

You can check out all the rule changes, here.


Breakfast With Head Coach Del Rio

Head Coach Jack Del Rio spoke to the media Tuesday morning at the annual AFC Coaches breakfast at the NFL Owners Meetings in Boca Raton, Fla.

During his time with reporters, Del Rio touched on a variety of topics including the team's moves in free agency, as well as their goals heading into 2016.


Reggie McKenzie Gets Sirius

Reggie McKenzie has been a busy man since the start of free agency – signing a trio of marquee players in the past few weeks – but the Raiders general manager isn't done quite yet, although, he did admit that the Silver and Black are likely done spending on big ticket items.

McKenzie appeared on SiriusXM NFL Radio Monday night, and spoke with Alex Marvez and Tom Pelissero about the future of the team, as well as the aforementioned free agent acquisitions.


Mock Draft Tracker v3.0

With the NFL Scouting Combine and Owners Meetings in the rearview mirror, Raiders.com rolled out another installment of the Mock Draft Tracker.

The 2016 NFL Draft is just over a month away, so see who the experts have the Silver and Black selecting with the No. 14 overall pick.


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