Stopping the game because a player is hurt.
Yes.Simply put... Yes.
The 30-second timeout is to correct a play call or injury within the 2-mintue mark. The 30-second timeout is to correct a play call or injury within the 2-mintue mark.
No, they are not.
According to the NFL rulebook, the first injury results in a fourth timeout being charged to the team with the injured player. What that means, in effect, is that the opposing team has one of its timeouts restored. So if neither team had any timeouts left, the team with the injury is basically given a pass the first time it happens, but the opposing team now has one timeout left.Any additional injury timeouts result in a 5-yard penalty for delay of game, if the clock was running. If the clock was running and the score is tied or the team with the injury is behind, a 10-second runoff is also imposed.
Timeout on the floor is a timeout called by a player or coach on either team. An official timeout is a timeout called by the officials and is generally a timeout for a television or radio commercial break.
40 seconds, unless a timeout was called, in which case they have 60 seconds
Yes, some NFL players have died from injury.
In the the 2012 NFL season, Troy Polamalu suffered from the injury called hamstring, a leg injury which cost him a total of nine games in the 2012 season.
No, teams do not get any additional timeouts if they win challenges. However, if a team loses a challenge they lose a timeout.