NFL owners unlikely to vote on Dan Snyder, roughing calls October 17 Concu sions, roughing-the-pa ser penalties and Washington owner Dan Snyder have dominated headlines six weeks into an NFL season thats featured plenty of comebacks and close games, too.There isnt expected to be any significant news on any of the hot topics when NFL owners meet in New York on Tuesday.Snyders ownership of the Commanders became a big i sue again last week when ESPN reported, citing anonymous sources, that he has hired private investigators and told people he has enough information to expose fellow owners and NFL Commi sioner Roger Goodell.The Commanders denied the contents of the report, calling it categorically untrue and clearly part of a well-funded, two-year campaign to coerce the sale of the team, which will continue to be unsucce sful.Snyders status has been widely debated for years amid several scandals and investigations into workplace conduct in Washington. There are on Snyders ownership because the leagues investigation, conducted by attorney Mary Jo White, into allegations of sexual misconduct and financial impropriety is still ongoing.However, its expected Snyders name will come up among owners.Tanya Snyder, the teams co-CEO, and Commanders President Jason Wright are scheduled to represent the team at the meetings, a person familiar with the plans told The A sociated Pre s on Monday. The person, speaking on condition of anonymity because the conversations are private , said there has been no change to Dan Snyders status since the league announced in July 2021 that he would be turning over day-to-day operations to his wife.The Commanders attorneys said last week Snyder is no longer under any NFL restriction related to his involvement with the team. The person familiar with the leagues thinking told the AP that Goodell will addre s the matter with Snyder once the league-commi sioned investigation is completed. White hasnt informed the league of a timeline to submit a report, though its anticipated shes nearing the end of the investigation, the person said.Snyder and the organization are also currently the subject of an ongoing investigation by the U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Reform.Snyder has owned the team since 1999. Removing him would be unprecedented and requires 24 votes from the other owners.Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ro s also wont attend Tuesdays meeting. His suspension for tampering with Tom Brady and Sean Payton was lifted on Monday, but he is not allowed to attend any league meetings prior next spring. The NFL and NFL Players A sociation already following a joint investigation into the procedures after Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa suffered what was described as a back injury against the Buffalo Bills last month.The league faced heavy criticism and scrutiny after Tagovailoa was carted off the field by stretcher just four days after stumbling off the field and being allowed to return to play.A pair of in Week 5 frustrated defensive players and had players, coaches and fans questioning what constitutes a legal hit. But the league doesnt plan to soften its interpretation of the rule and will continue to allow referees to err on the side of caution in order to protect quarterbacks.We support those calls, league executive Troy Vincent said on ESPN before Sundays games.Among the topics on the agenda for the meetings are updates on international play and preseason injury trends, including use of Guardian caps to prevent concu sions.The owners are also expected to vote on the $790 million St. Louis relocation settlement. Last November, the NFL and Los Angeles Rams owner Stan Kroenke agreed to pay $790 million to settle a lawsuit filed by St. Louis interests over the teams relocation to Los Angeles. The vote would determine how much Kroenke pays and how much would be covered by owners of the leagues 31 other teams.___ Follow Rob Maaddi on Twitter at robmaaddi___More AP NFL coverage: hub/nfl and AP_NFL in this topic National Football League Miami Dolphins Washington Commanders Spain or Morocco? 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