NFL Looking To Expand 'Rooney Rule' To GM's A few notes form today's NFL meetings in Fort Lauderdale: Owners dicussed expanding the Rooney Rule from coaching openings to GM positions Clubs can have their logos on state lotteries in order to expand revenue streams Revamping the anti-tampering rules regarding free agents, to either include no talking to the player's agent, or creating a window of time where clubs could talk prior to when a free agent can be signed More talk about expanding the schedule The Dolphins are going to make available wireless units for fans in club and suite levels that will allow them to watch replays of all the other ongoing games And a few thoughts: Aren't we yet beyond the need for the Rooney Rule in the NFL? What happens to states with three teams, or a state with no lottery? And since it's the New England Patriots, can Bob Kraft make an agreement with all six states? Do the Jets and Giants get New Jersey or New York? Opening a window of time after the Super Bowl and prior to the start of free agency that allows teams to speak to soon-to-be free agents seems like a no-brainer to me. If fans are going to sit in a suite and watch other games on tv, why are they even at the stadium at all?