The list of folks who loudly voiced their displeasure last month with the league's new crown-of-the-helmet rule is both long and notable. Starting next season, ball-carriers or would-be tacklers will fined 15 yards for leading with the top of their helmets.
We can add another Hall of Fame running back to the list of those unimpressed with a new rule proposal that would make it illegal for the runner (or would-be tackler) to initiate contact with the crown of the helmet: Marshall Faulk.
The Philadelphia Eagles had their worst season in 15 years, so there are lots of holes to fill, including, of course, head coach. But the Eagles also need to upgrade their secondary and their offensive line, too.