Day 2 of the NFL Owners Meetings continue in Orlando on Tuesday and includes the AFC coaches breakfast in which every coach from that conference meets with the media.
Packers head coach Mike McCarthy won't talk until the NFC coaches breakfast on Wednesday.
For the time being, the attention will be on former Packers assistants such as Joe Philbin of the Miami Dolphins and Andy Reid of the Kansas City Chiefs.
Philbin, in particular, will be in the spotlight for the ongoing saga of locker room culture that has stemmed from the Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognitio incident.
The NFL, according to commissioner Roger Goodell on Monday, is evaluating players for potential medical, potentially psychological, treatment before considering discipline for those named in the Ted Wells report.
Other items on the agenda in Orlando focus on rule changes, some of which could be voted upon as soon as Tuesday.
Among the rule changes being considered include alterations to the extra point, game-day roster size, instant replay and more.
The college pro day circuit also continues on Tuesday with workouts being held for players at North Carolina, Massachusetts, Texas-San Antonio and North Carolina A&T.
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