The NFL announced the salary cap has been set at $167 million for 2017.
The Associated Press reports the NFL is considering moving to a centralized review system in 2017.
The Raiders will host the Patriots in a regular-season "home" game in Mexico City in 2017.
Profootballtalk reports the reported "spring league" set to debut next year is not connected to the NFL.
SiriusXM NFL Radio reports the NFL is planning a "spring league" that will be four teams of veteran free agent players, set to begin in 2017.
USA Today's Tom Pelissero reports teams were informed on Tuesday that the salary cap is expected to rise to between $166-170 million in 2017.
NFL announced the 2017 Draft will be held in Philadelphia.
There were no players selected in the 2016 Supplemental Draft.
SportsBusiness Daily reports the Rams and 49ers are likely to open the 2018 season in China.
U.S. Congressman Bob Brady tells the Philadelphia Inquirer that the 2017 Draft will be held in Philadelphia.
Teams can now employ four players with two accrued NFL seasons of experience on their 10-man practice squads.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the NFL will move the Pro Bowl to Orlando in 2017.
The league has awarded the 2019-21 Super Bowls to Atlanta, Miami and Los Angeles, respectively.
The NFL has increased the number of reviewable plays for the 2016 season.