NFL owners voted Wednesday to give the league's competition committee power to alter the instant replay process for pass interference inside two minutes in each half, according to NFL Network's Judy Battista and Ian Rapoport.
The committee and top officiating executive Al Riveron will discuss the potential changes with coaches on June 4 and 5, and a final decision for the 2019 season is expected after that, according to MMQB's Albert Breer.
The main alteration under consideration is allowing coaches' challenges in the final two minutes rather than it being determined by the booth, which the NFL hopes will cut down on the number of potential reviews, according to NFL Network's Kevin Patra.
Before Wednesday's resolution, it would've required an ownership vote to approve any changes to PI rules.
Battista notes one obstacle that will need to be resolved is how to deal with Hail Mary plays under the expected new rules.