Free Kick Downs
A free kick is a down which does not occur from scrimmage. The kicking team begins behind the ball, while the receiving team must remain at least 10 yards downfield before the ball is kicked.
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... A free kick is also used to restart the game following a safety ... therefore conceding two points to the other team, kicks the ball from its own 20-yard line ... This can be a place kick (in the NFL, a tee cannot be used), drop kick or punt ...
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