The NFL's competition committee reportedly has added two new members, who are selected by commissioner Roger Goodell.
Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians and Denver Broncos executive vice president of football operations/general manager John Elway are joining the competition committee, league sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter on Wednesday.
The competition committee is led by chairman Rich McKay, who is the president of the Atlanta Falcons. McKay had been suspended from the committee as part of the Falcons' penalty for pumping fake noise into the Georgia Dome during the 2013 and 2014 seasons, but he was reinstated a year ago.
There are currently nine members on the committee. The other members are New York Giants owner John Mara, Dallas Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones, Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy, Baltimore Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome, Houston Texans general manager Rick Smith, Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis, Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin and Los Angeles Rams coach Jeff Fisher.
Fisher said in February at the Scouting Combine that he wanted to step away from the committee to focus on his team's move to Los Angeles. It is not known which other member of the committee is resigning his post, according to ESPN.
The competition committee reviews rules proposals each year and makes recommendations on changes. Owners then vote on the recommended rules changes at the annual league meetings. At least 24 of the 32 owners (75 percent) are needed to support any changes before rules are adopted or revised.