- NFL commissioner Roger Goodell confirmed that they have no plans to expand the number of teams beyond 32. (Mark Kaboly)
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell mentioned on Tuesday that there is currently no timeline regarding a decision for Patriots QB Tom Brady‘s appeal of his four-game suspension for his involvement in “Deflategate.”
“We are focused on it,” Goodell said, via Mark Kaboly of the Pittsburgh Tribune Review. “We are obviously being very thorough and want to make sure we consider all aspects of his appeal. We will make a decision as quickly as possible.”
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell didn’t have any information to provide in regards to Steelers RB Le’Veon Bell‘s appeal of his three-game suspension for marijuana possession and DUI.
“That appeal is not heard by me, I would have to get somebody else to get a timeline on that,” Goodell said, via Mark Kaboly of the Pittsburgh Tribune Review.
- Darren Wolfson reports is hearing that the Vikings do not have interest in free agent G Evan Mathis.
- Minnesota would reportedly prefer to see what they have in their young guys, but could revisit the idea of signing a veteran, according to Wolfson.