The NFL is considering narrowing the width of the goalposts for the Pro Bowl, an NFL spokesman confirmed.

"The Pro Bowl features many different rules than a standard NFL game, and this is one of the ideas under consideration for the upcoming Pro Bowl," NFL spokesperson Michael Signora said Sunday.

The league will shrink the width of the field goal posts to 14 feet during this year's Pro Bowl in Arizona.

The field-goal posts have had a width of 18 feet, 6 inches since the 1920s.

'Skins Moss tossed

Veteran Washington wide receiver Santana Moss was ejected for arguing a call on the final play of the first half that cost the Redskins a touchdown.

Moss seemed to nudge a member of Jeff Triplette's crew after the referee ruled that Robert Griffin III lost possession of the ball diving into the corner of the end zone on a scramble from the 8-yard line that would have given the Redskins a 17-7 halftime lead.

"I let my emotions get the best of me, you know," said Moss, now in his 14th NFL season. "I've been around this league for a long time. I know better. I know what I can and what I cannot do - when you're in the situation that we've been in, week in and week out, every play."

Jets-Titans scrap

Tempers flared in Tennessee Sunday as the Jets and Titans duked it out for the first pick in the 2015 draft.

After an 81-yard touchdown by Eric Decker was overturned because he stepped out of bounds at the Tennessee 33, fisticuffs started flying at midfield.

After Geno Smith's throw, a few Titans players appeared to jaw at the Jets quarterback.

The incident escalated when Titans defensive tackle Jurrell Casey punched Smith in the helmet. Smith did not retaliate, but his teammates did. Offensive linemen Breno Giacomini, Nick Mangold, and Willie Colon were in the middle of the melee that lasted several minutes.

Casey was hit with a personal foul but was not ejected by the officials.

Fuzzy Thurston dies

Former Packers guard Fuzzy Thurston, a member of the great Green Bay teams of the 1960s, has died. He was 80.

The team confirmed Sunday that Thurston died after several years of health issues.

Born Fred Thurston, he was best known for his blocking on the Packers' famed power sweep. He helped Green Bay win five NFL championships. He also won a title with Baltimore in 1958.