Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh will not go to the NFLs' headquarters in New York to meet with league officials about his on-field behavior that has resulted in several fines.
Instead, according to ESPN, Suh is scheduled to talk to the league in a video conference on Thursday.
Suh said last week that he was not sure if he would travel to New York for the meeting. The Lions have a bye week.
Suh had a similar meeting in New York two years ago after piling up $42,500 worth of fines. The meeting was reportedly at Suh's request.
Since then, Suh has been suspended two games for stomping on Green Bay Packers offensive lineman Evan Dietrich-Smith and fined for hits against Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub last season and to Minnesota Vikings center John Sullivan and Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden this season.
Suh was fined a combined $131,500 for the hits against Sullivan and Weeden.