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Colts owner attended Tuesday's meeting and participated in failed Indianapolis bid to land 2018 Super Bowl.

Owners discuss expansion of the playoff field from 12 to 14 teams during Tuesday's meeting in Atlanta but don't vote on the proposal. The playoffs remain unchanged for the 2014 season.

New Orleans, Indianapolis also were finalists.

It has not been determined yet if the draft will remain in early May, and if it will stay in New York City.

Owners discuss expanded playoffs at one-day meeting in Atlanta but don't plan to vote. Measure still deemed likely to take effect in 2015 season.

The owners are scheduled to meet next Tuesday in Atlanta and are to discuss the proposal to increase the postseason field from 12 to 14 teams.

The coach also said that the team believes it's wise to hang onto Cousins as an insurance policy for Robert Griffin III.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell praised the efforts of Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder, who on Tuesday presented his new foundation to league officials and his fellow owners.

Taking questions for an hour, the first-year head coach discussed a wide range of topics from the QB to his staff and everything in between.

Gruden says being a head coach a whole lot different than being a coordinator, and he's eager to get back to work.

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