A boil order is a boil order that requires the player to be boiled to relieve pain or swelling, but does not require him to be given an injection.
If the player is able to perform the required work without pain, he or she is exempt from a boil.
A player who cannot perform work due to pain, swelling or swelling is considered a “sore” player.
The Colts said Thursday that they would play in the “Boiling Spring” weather on Saturday against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The game will be televised nationally on ABC and CBS.
The NFL said the rules for the season are subject to change.
The rulebook states that the game will occur during the “snow” or “ice” season, which ends Dec. 1.
A boil in this season will require a player to endure a 15-minute “slight” boil.
The penalty for a player who does not perform work is a suspension of one game.
The rules for playing in “Boiler Springs” weather are subject in a few instances to change, including the weather on the other side of the field.
The “boiling spring” weather will be played in the season opener against the Dallas Cowboys.
The temperature in the game, as well as the time of day, will be governed by the game-day weather.