A few members of the Kansas City Chiefs brass arrived in Houston last night for a round of NFL owners' meetings including team owner Clark Hunt, GM Scott Pioli and team president Mark Donovan. This is their annual fall meeting.
The discussion in Houston will center on a few things.
First, they'll be voting on the 2015 Super Bowl -- Arizona or Tampa Bay. It's been five years so I don't remember every detail but at one point in time this was Kansas City's Super Bowl. Then-Commissioner Paul Tagliabue guaranteed KC the 2015 Super Bowl, pending the passage of the stadium renovations and rolling roof back in April 2006. As you know, both of those did not go through as Arrowhead has no rolling roof. But if it did, this would be our Super Bowl.
Second, there will be a competition committee update with things like the new player safety rules.
Third, according to the Houston Chronicle, they'll be talking about the "future of the league's international series", or those games in London.
Those aren't the only things on the agenda for the meeting (there will probably be a stadium update across the league) but these are the only ones I know about so far.