NEW YORK – Before full attention turns to Thursday night in Houston, Colts ownership is out in New York on Wednesday for the league's quarterly meetings.
A full slate of topics is on the agenda today in New York as NFL owners have gathered to discuss a variety of league topics.
The major focal point for today's meetings centers on domestic abuse and the personal conduct policy around the NFL. The education of new measures surrounding "social responsibility" will be something prominently analyzed amongst the owners.
Another storyline heading into the fall meetings is seeing an ownership change in Buffalo. Reports have Terry Pegula, current owner of the NHL's Buffalo Sabres, purchasing the Bills from the late Ralph Wilson. A team in Buffalo has been an iconic spot for the NFL and the Irsay family has always thought very highly of everything the Wilson's have done for the league, dating back to helping start the AFL.
Stay tuned to Colts.com all day Wednesday for coverage from the fall meetings in New York.