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HAND HOOK: inside offensive man (right) clasps defensive man's right knee in the execution of a two-on-one block—15 yards.
ELBOW-AND-KNEE HOOK: man protecting passer pinches defensive player by combined use of his thigh and arm—15 yards.
CLOTH BLOCK: hard-to-detect maneuver gets name because the pass protector grasps jersey of rusher and holds—15 yards.
OPEN FIELD CLIPPING
DOWNFIELD APPROACH: blocker must make legal contact by getting head in front of potential tackier. If not—15 yards.
REAR CRAB BLOCK: blocker may not make contact above or below waist from rear. Penalty: 15 yards from spot of foul.
HOLDING: defender holds receiver with one hand while batting ball with the other.
ARM HOOK: instead of playing the ball, defender clamps receiver's arms from rear.
TACKLE INTERFERENCE: receiver is being tackled illegally before the catch.