Former Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick met with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Wednesday afternoon in Allendale, N.J., according to Don Banks of SI.com.
Per the report, the meeting was held at Buckley Peterson Global Inc, a security firm.
The meeting wrapped up around 4:00 p.m. ET when Vick and Goodell were both seen leaving the office, Banks reported.
The report didn’t indicate what Vick’s outlook for potential reinstatement is at this time.
“We’ve been consistent about that throughout this process,” NFL spokesman Greg Aiello told SI.com while not confirming or denying that the meeting took place. “We’re not responding to any of the questions surrounding the review. Once a decision is made by the commissioner, then we’ll make a statement.”
Per the report, Goodell and Vick both appeared “rather somber,” when departing the meeting, according to an “eyewitness.”
Vick reportedly had a “huge entourage” with him.
Earlier today, former Falcons teammate Joe Horn expressed hope that Vick will be reinstated.
“Goodell is a hard, tough commissioner, and he should be,” Horn told PFT. “He’s taking a stance in the NFL that I think everybody respects. I hope the meeting will go well. I hope he’ll see that Mike is sincere. I think he’ll give him that second chance.”