ESPN is reporting that Cleveland Browns linebacker Scott Fujita may meet with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Friday to discuss his role in the New Orleans Saints bounty program.
Fujita, who was originally suspended for three games for his alleged role, is the only player who has not met with Goodell since an appeals panel overturned the suspensions. Saints defensive end Will Smith and linebacker Jonathan Vilma, along with defensive tackle Anthony Hargrove, currently a free agent, met with Goodell earlier in the week at NFL offices in New York.
Fujita, who is still recovering from a knee injury, had planned to meet with Goodell by video conference, but the league decided it wants the players to sit down with Goodell in person.
"Scott is committed to a just and fair resolution in this matter, but he is also committed to his teammates and his club," the NFL Players Association said in a statement. "He is still undergoing treatment for a knee injury and is preparing for this week's game. We scheduled a video conference with the league but they informed us that they were only interested in an in-person meeting."
Even though the panel put the suspensions on hold, it also ruled that Goodell still has the power to suspend the players under the "conduct detrimental" portion of the league'scollective bargaining agreement.
The Browns play the Ravens on Thursday night, which frees up Fujita for a Friday meeting.
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