Profootballtalk's Mike Florio reports owners spent "significant time" at their May meetings discussing how to "deal with and respond to" the December release of the movie Concussion.
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports the NFL's desire to have a team in Los Angeles by 2016 "cannot be understated."
Extra-point attempts have been moved from the two- to 15-yard line, though two-point conversions will continue to take place from the two-yard line.
The NFL and NFLPA have agreed to limit the number of veterans who can try out at rookie minicamps to five per team.
The Associated Press reports the NFL plans to change guidelines regarding the way footballs are handled before a game.
The NFL has relinquished its tax-exempt status.
NFL.com reports the league could play regular-season games in Germany and Mexico by 2017.
Speaking at the Owners' Meetings in Arizona, commissioner Roger Goodell said the league has "postponed" the expanded playoffs idea.
FOX Sports reports Brazil is a "viable candidate" to host the 2017 Pro Bowl.
The Wall Street Journal reports the league will no longer black out non-sold out games on local television for the 2015 season.
DeMaurice Smith has been re-elected as the executive director of the NFL Players Association.
The 2015 salary cap has been set at $143.28 million.
Speaking Tuesday, NFL executive VP Troy Vincent said pass interference could become a 15-yard penalty instead of a spot foul.
According to the NFL's internal review, both concussions and torn ACLs were down in 2014.