Robert Kraft reportedly not in line with Roger Goodell in shortening preseason to 2 games


NFL owners met virtually this week to discuss a number of topics, including potentially expanding the regular season.

Another thing that was discussed was the preseason.

According to ESPN's Seth Wickersham, commissioner Roger Goodell seemed to be in favor of shortening the preseason from four games to two, but several owners, including Robert Kraft disagreed.

Other owners who agreed with Kraft were Jerry Jones, John Mara and Art Rooney II. They believe going to three games might work, but not two.

No vote was taken, so nothing was changed.

Due to COVID-19, there were no preseason games at all in 2020.