The NFL could be making a rule change in which all player ejections would be subject to a replay review.
Per ESPN's Kevin Seifert, the competition committee will present its proposal for the change at the NFL's spring meeting next week in Atlanta.
This proposal comes after the NFL implemented a new rule for the 2018 season at the previous league meetings in which players will be penalized 15 yards and subject to ejection when they lower their head to initiate contact with an opponent.
Seifert noted the replay rule, if it gets approved, "will be required for all ejections, whether they result from a violation of the helmet rule, throwing a punch or any other flagrant act."
College football uses a similar replay rule when players are ejected for targeting a defenseless opponent. The NFL's proposed rule would be an expanded version of that system.
The NFL's spring meetings are scheduled to take place from May 21-23 in Atlanta.