ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the salary cap is expected to be set "at about" $133 million this season and may rise over $140 million in 2015 and $150 million in 2016.
USA Today's Tom Pelissero reports the 2014 salary cap could be set as soon as Friday, and that it's expected to be between $132-$133 million.
The NFL is "strongly considering" moving the 2015 Pro Bowl from Hawaii to Arizona.
A source tells Profootballtalk the 2014 salary cap could be a "few million" higher than $132 million.
Sources tell ESPN's Adam Schefter that the NFL is projected to raise its 2014 salary cap to $130 million.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports modifying or eliminating the extra point remains a "long way off."
The SportsBusiness Journal reports NFL commissioner Roger Goodell earned $44.2 million in a 12-month period ending Mar. 31, 2013.
CBS has partnered with the NFL for Thursday Night Football and will broadcast the first eight Thursday games of the 2014 season.
According to the NFL, concussions were down 13 percent in 2013.
According to the Washington Post, it's "unclear" if a proposal to expand the NFL playoff field from 12 to 14 teams has enough support amongst the league's owners to pass.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell doesn't expect the playoffs to be expanded before the 2015 season.
Speaking Monday, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said the league could eventually abolish the extra point.
Commissioner Roger Goodell confirmed that expanding the NFL playoffs is "under serious consideration."
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell remains "excited" about the possibility of a team permanently playing in London, but "doesn't care" if Los Angeles or London gets a team first.