Roger Goodell doubled down on the NFL's decision to not disclose the results of its investigation into the workplace culture with the Washington Football Team.

"We're very conscious of making sure we're protecting those who came forward," Goodell said after six hours of NFL owners meetings in midtown Manhattan. "That was a very high priority."

The investigation has come under fire again in recent weeks after some of the emails unearthed in the process became public, resulting in the resignation of Jon Gruden. 

"I do think he's been held accountable," Goodell said of Daniel Snyder. "More importantly, steps were put in place to make sure it doesn't happen again."