According to Matt Maiocco of CSN Bay Area, the NFL has passed the Competition Committee's recommendation to move the extra point attempt after a touchdown back to the 15-yard line, now making it a 33-yard attempt.
Two-point conversions will remain at the 2-yard line.
The Competition Committee has been looking for ways to change things up following a score. PATs have become a near-certainty with kickers making more than 99% of attempts.
There were three proposals on the table for the rule change. Proposal number 14 would place extra points at the 15-yard line with two-point conversions still at the 2. Failed extra points would be a dead ball. Proposal number 14A, the winning scenario, is described above. Proposal number 14B would have also move the extra point to the 15, but two-point conversions would have moved to the 1-yard line, possibly resulting in more attempts and more scoring.
Proposal number 14 was submitted by the New England Patriots with proposal number 14A by the Competition Committee and proposal number 14B by the Philadelphia Eagles.
NFL passes competition committee's recommendation of moving PAT back to 15-yard line (33-yard kick) and two-point conversion remains at 2.— Matt Maiocco (@MaioccoCSN) May 19, 2015
Also, now the defense can return a blocked PAT, fumble or interception for two points going the other way.— Matt Maiocco (@MaioccoCSN) May 19, 2015
What is even more interesting is what happens after a penalty.
If team lines up for 2 points and is penalized, can move back to kick for 1 point. Back to 20 after 5-yard penalty, back to 25 for holding.— Matt Maiocco (@MaioccoCSN) May 19, 2015