Originally Posted by Chuck Kennedy
Just a note on foot faults starting this year, the initial foot fault call on a player can be made by any player in the group except the thrower (801.01E). No second required. If a player already has a foot fault warning, then a subsequent foot fault requires an initial call and a second by two players in the group other than the thrower. An official not playing in the group can make either the initial warning call or the second fault penalty call without a second. There's no 3 second time limit on making the call any more, it just has to be done in a timely manner.
LOL I see where the confusion could be in this rule. Let's re-write it like this:
...then a subsequent foot fault requires [an initial call and a second] by [two players in the group and neither can be the thrower]