NFL officiating was not a hot topic in the formal owners meetings that ended Wednesday, Commissioner Roger Goodell noted.
"There was talk on several occasions in the context of what the competition committee is looking to propose and implement and how to adjust to those rules," Goodell said.
But there were no formal discussions on the floor during the two-day meetings.
Officiating has been a super-tense issue this season, in part because of several rules changes or points of emphasis, particularly regarding roughing the passer and helmet use in tackling.
Criticism of calls has come from almost everywhere: players, coaches, owners, media and fans....