NEW YORK CITY - The National Football League has vowed to clean up some football issues that it has allowed to continue for far too long.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has stated that one rule that the NFL has passed and which it will soon start enforcing is the rule against quarterbacks having a list of play notes on their wrists.
The commissioner told Rufus Reno with Sports Balls Illustrated Daily that this is a form of cheating and it will soon be stopped.
He went on to add that if someone did this while taking a test in high school or college the individual would automatically be given an F.
Commissioner Goodell remarked that at first it was just a couple of words that the quarterbacks would write on the palm of their hand.
He said that later on they extended that to include several plays on the inside of their arms and even up towards their biceps.
The commissioner revealed that one quarterback who he did not want to mention even resorted to writing most of the team's plays on the back of his center's neck.
Comissioner Goodell has made it abundantly clear that if a quarterback cannot remember the team plays without having to write them down on a wrist pad then maybe he has no business making millions and millions of dollars playing in the NFL.
SIDENOTE: The NFL commissioner plans on having the new 'No Notes On The Wrist' Rule in effect by Halloween if not sooner.