Atlanta Falcons president Rich McKay has been named the chairman of the NFL Competition Committee, the NFL announced Tuesday.
McKay, a member of the committee since 1994, has served as co-chair since 1998, including since 2001 with former Tennessee Titans head coach Jeff Fisher.
Though no longer a member of the committee, Fisher will continue to serve in a non-voting, advisory role during the current offseason.
The committee, which studies all aspects of the game and recommends rules and policy changes to NFL clubs, consists of the following members:
|Rich McKay||Atlanta Falcons||Chairman|
|Stephen Jones||Dallas Cowboys|
|Marvin Lewis||Cincinnati Bengals|
|John Mara||New York Giants|
|Ozzie Newsome||Baltimore Ravens|
|Bill Polian||Indianapolis Colts|
|Rick Smith||Houston Texans|
The Coaches' Subcommittee, which makes recommendations to the Competition Committee, consists of the following current and former NFL head coaches:
|John Harbaugh||Baltimore Ravens|
|Mike Holmgren||Cleveland Browns|
|Sean Payton||New Orleans Saints|
|Andy Reid||Philadelphia Eagles|
|Steve Spagnuolo||St. Louis Rams|
|Mike Tomlin||Pittsburgh Steelers|
|Norv Turner||San Diego Chargers|
|Ken Whisenhunt||Arizona Cardinals|