Roger Goodell said Tuesday at the league owners meetings that the NFL doesn't yet have enough information about the 22 civil lawsuits that have been filed against Deshaun Watson for inappropriate sexual behavior to make a decision on potential discipline, and that the information they do have is not enough to convince the league to place Watson on the commissioner's exempt list.

"Obviously, the police have been investigating, and we don't have access to all of that information at this point in time," Goodell said. "We pride ourselves on not interfering in that and in being as cooperative as we can in order to get all the facts. I think that process is still ongoing."

Watson has been showing up at the team facility every day since the start of training camp, but the team has been content to leave him on the inactive list for each of its seven regular-season games so far.