NFL Notes: Owners Meeting, 49ers, Cowboys, Redskins, & Steelers


Owners Meeting

  • Ian Rapoport reports that the tomorrow’s league meetings, NFL owners will vote on potentially shortening the legal tampering window during free agency from three days to two.
  • According to Rapoport, the competition committee is recommending teams be able to trade compensatory picks with a vote from owners coming tomorrow.
  • Albert Breer reports that NFL owners will possible relocations to Los Angeles, but no voting or presentations are planned.



Cowboys owner Jerry Jones mentioned that he was the only one in the team’s draft room a few years ago who wanted to draft QB Johnny Manziel.

“I was a vote of one in the room,” Jones said, per Jon Machota.


  • Redskins OLB Junior Gallette had his suspension lifted by NFL, but remains on injured reserve. (Aaron Wilson)


Ben Roethlisberger mentioned Tuesday that he felt okay after taking a big hit during Sunday’s game, but his peripheral vision was “a little funny” toward end of the series, per Ed Bouchette.

Roethlisberger told the Steelers’ doctor he was having some vision problems and the doctor said “you’re done,” per Bouchette.

“I feel like I made the right decision,” Roethlisberger said, per Bouchette. “I’ll play through any injury but brain” injury is not one of them.

Roethlisberger believe he passed the concussion test today, and doesn’s see any issue that would prevent him from playing Sunday, per Bouchette.

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