Roger Goodell said it is possible the league reduces the number of preseason games.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the NFL is expected to begin allowing teams to trade compensatory draft picks.
ESPN's Dan Graziano reports the league is discussing the idea of reducing the preseason from four games to three.
In an interview on ESPN's Mike and Mike, Roger Goodell said he is "very open" to changing his role in league discipline.
The Washington Post reported NFL owners will discuss changing Roger Goodell's role in the disciplinary process.
Bleacher Report's Jason Cole reported several owners did not want the NFL to appeal the Deflategate decision.
In a statement, Roger Goodell confirmed the NFL will appeal Judge Richard Berman's decision to nullify Tom Brady's four-game suspension.
The Los Angeles Times' Sam Farmer expects a negotiated outcome to the league's Los Angeles relocations.
The league has announced the 2016 Draft will take place in Chicago on April 28-30.
The NFL will implement overhauled procedures for football inspections this season.
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.