The NFL's dullest play, the extra point, appears to be headed for some changes, perhaps significant ones, for the 2015 season.
While team owners didn't vote on any proposals Wednesday in Phoenix, there was so much discussion and interest in potential changes that the issue will be a main focal point for the next set of league meetings in May.
"There's a clear movement to wanting to change and change it this year," said Rich McKay, cochairman of the competition committee and president of the Falcons.
The Minnesota Vikings don't plan to trade Adrian Peterson and fully expect him to be with the team for the 2015 season. Vikings coach Mike Zimmer was emphatic about that at the NFL meetings.
"We're good to go. I mean, he's under contract, and we expect him to honor it," Zimmer said.
Peterson's contract has three years remaining, with a $12.75 million salary for 2015. None of the remaining money is guaranteed.
In other Vikings news, Minnesota agreed to terms on a contract with former Eagles linebacker Casey Matthews
Hardy on the spot
Dallas coach Jason Garrett said Greg Hardy must "do the right things from the beginning" to be part of the Cowboys.
Garrett said the team did an extensive examination of Hardy's background before signing the talented but troubled defensive end.