Cleveland Browns linebacker Scott Fujita's scheduled meeting Tuesday with NFL officials on his involvement with the New Orleans Saints' bounty scandal has been cancelled, but is likely to be rescheduled, according to Jason La Cantora of CBSSports.com. La Cantora tweeted the news Tuesday morning.
The meeting, which was to discuss Fujita's suspension, which had been temporarily overturned, was going to take place in New York City. But Fujita couldn't make the trip as he continues to rehab a knee injury.
Another option to meet was considered. Another tweet from La Canfora:
The sides were going back and forth over video conferencing- Fujita was not headed to NY- and NFL cancelled that this AM...
Fujita's three-game suspension for involvement in the Saints' bounty program was lifted for Week 1, but Fujita didn't play because of his injury. He made his season debut Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals and made two tackles.