Roger Goodell plans on meeting with four players involved in the bounty scandal

According to Albert Breer of the NFL Network, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell plans on meeting with the four players that recently had their bounty suspensions overturned by the NFLPA.

The four players once suspended and since temporarily reinstated as part of the New Orleans Saints bounty case will meet with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, the league said Tuesday.

“We have agreed to meet with all four players in accordance with the Collective Bargaining Agreement,” NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said in a statement, per Breer.

New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma previously accepted the league’s invitation to meet, and the other three players — Cleveland Browns linebacker Scott Fujita, Saints defensive end Will Smith and free agent defensive lineman Anthony Hargrove — followed suit.

“We have accepted Commissioner Goodell’s invitation to meet with him to share information and hopefully resolve this matter appropriately,” Vilma’s attorney Peter Ginsberg said Tuesday.