Packers President Mark Murphy cast a "Yay" vote on the NFL's new overtime rules at the league meetings in Orlando on Tuesday. It was overwhelmingly approved 28-4. The rules now state that if the team that wins the overtime coin toss settles for a field goal, the opposing team will have a chance on offense to tie or win the game. Any touchdown scored will also end the contest and if both teams kick field goals, the overtime reverts back to sudden death. The league calls the change "modified sudden death" and for now, applies only to post-season games. Murphy and head coach Mike McCarthy believe the rule should also be imposed for regular season overtime games and the league may take that up in meetings scheduled in May. Interesting to see the Vikings among the 4 teams that voted no. They were bounced out by the Saints in the NFC Divisional round in January when the Saints won the flip and advanced to the conference championship by kicking a field goal in overtime. The Bengals, Bills and Ravens were the other teams to turn down the plan. New overtime rules weren't the only topic of discussion at the meetings which conclude today. Murphy serves on the league's Management Council Executive Committee and there was plenty of talk about the current labor situation. Already into an uncapped year and 11 months away from an expiring collective bargaining agreement, Murphy said the owners and players association have to find some common ground on a new CBA and the return of a salary cap will help the Packers stay competitive.