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Professional football dates back to 1920. The league of 10 professional teams was called the American Professional Football Association. In 1922 this league changed its name to the National Football League. In 1960 another professional football league known as the American Football League came into existence. In 1966 these two leagues merged. The postseason Super Bowl which pitted the National Football League champion against the American Football League champion had its beginning. In 1970 the American Football League was renamed the American Football Conference and the National Football League came to be known as the National Football Conference. The league containing both conferences was now called the National Football league. The Cleveland Browns, the Baltimore Colts, and the Pittsburgh Steelers were moved from the former National Football League into the American Football Conference.
In 1974 a large number of rules changes were made. Kickoffs were moved from the 40-yard line to the 35-yard line. The goalposts were moved from the goal line to the end line. Prior to the rule changes, missed field goal attempts could be used to advance the ball. The new rule placed the ball at the line of scrimmage if it was beyond the 20-yard line. The penalty for offensive holding was decreased from 15 yards to 10 yards. A new overtime rule was created for tied regular season games. Before the rules change, tied regular season games were simply tied games after the regulation time expired. In 1974 and again in 1978 new rules were created to limit the bumping of receivers by defenders. This is commonly referred to as the “illegal contact” rule.
In 1994 there were more changes to kicking rules. Kickoffs now came from the 30-yard line instead of the 35-yard line. Missed field goal attempts went to the spot of the attempt, not the line of scrimmage. The 2-point conversion was added. Before 1994 there was only the seldom-missed 1-point conversion.
In 1999, instant replays with a challenge system were added. Now some bad calls could be reversed on an instant replay review.
In 2011 kickoffs were moved up to the 35-yard line. This is where they previously were from 1974 to 1993.
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