The flowing dreadlocks of some NFL players may be chopped off by league if some people have their way. The NFL's competition committee is considering banning players from wearing having hairstyles that cover up their last name on their jerseys.
The league's 32 owners will have to vote on the rule later this offseason. The Kansas City Chiefs were the team that brought the issue to the table.
If the rule passes, players such as the Packers Al Harris and Atarit Bigby would have to either cut their hair or find some way to tuck it into their helmet.