http://patriots.bostonherald.com/patriots/view.bg?articleid=161270 "Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy apparently never got the memo. Dungy thought he knew the league rules regulating no-huddle offenses, so he was irate Sunday at the Meadowlands when he argued the Colts defense should be given time to substitute after the Jets made personnel changes while running the no-huddle. He lost the argument and the Colts had to burn a timeout. When he pursued that matter further last week, he found there had apparently been a little-publicized change to the rules in the 1990s." "Thursday, the league did an about-face and the officiating office notified all 32 teams that the ruleÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s original intent would be honored."