Dallas Cowboys’ Video Board is high enough for NFL

March 18, 2010 at 11:35 am by Terez in Dallas Cowboys

Cost for moving Cowboys video board would be at least $2 million

A.J. Trapasso has never punted in a regular-season game. Yet, his name is in the record book — and a footnote in the rules book — and the NFL is hoping he stays there as the only punter ever to hit the video board at Cowboys Stadium. Rich McKay, the co-chairman of the league’s competition committee, said Wednesday the height of the video board has not been discussed in the committee’s rules meetings. “There was no real discussion of that, because of the fact that [no punts hit] it this year,” McKay, the Atlanta Falcons president, said in a conference call. “We did not have anybody come in and make an argument that it should be higher, lower, different.” — Star-Telegram

I believe NFL regulation states 85′ cowboys board is at 90′, but If a punter can reach the world’s most expensive TV, it might be a tad too low.  To see the infamous punt take the jump.-TO

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