ATLANTA -- NFL commissioner Roger Goodell just wrapped up his final press conference at the owners meeting, and said the league has no plans to conduct an independent investigation of the Patriots' videotaping procedures at this time.
Senator Arlen Specter (R-Pa.) has pressured the league to do so, but Goodell reiterated his feelings that the league's investigation was sound and thorough.
Goodell added that he has not spoken with Specter since the senator called for the league to hold an independent investigation. There are no plans to do so at this time.
Goodell said there were no new developments on two other issues that came from his talk with former Patriots employee Matt Walsh last week -- a New England player practicing while on injured reserve, and players scalping 8-12 Super Bowl tickets over a two-year span.