The NFL has not yet determined the discipline that Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall will face for an incident with an official on Sunday.
A league source tells PFT that there will not be any news on discipline for Hall today.
Hall is expected to be fined but not suspended for the incident, in which he berated an official for not throwing a flag on Steelers receiver Emmanuel Sanders after what Hall viewed as a cheap shot from Sanders.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said in an interview this week that the way Hall conducted himself wasn’t appropriate, but he didn’t address the discipline Hall may face. Hall has said he believes the official was just as much at fault for their on-field argument, and he wants to talk to Goodell to give his side of the story. The fact that the NFL isn’t ready to discipline Hall yet suggests that the league office plans to give Hall the opportunity to state his case before making any determination on his punishment.