The four players who were suspended for their alleged role in the New Orleans Saints bounty program are scheduled to meet with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday, CBSSports.com reported on Wednesday. The four players - Jonathan Vilma, Anthony Hargrove, Will Smith and Scott Fujita - had their suspensions overturned on Friday by an appeals panel, allowing them to play for now. However, Goodell could suspend the players again, although his actions must stay within the confines of his authority. The NFL offered the four players a chance to speak with Goodell before he announces any penalties. Presumably, the players will try to present evidence that will reduce or eliminate their original suspension. Vilma was suspended for a year, Hargrove for eight games, Smith for four games and Fujita three.