"Right now, it's a league matter," Snead said. "That's an ongoing investigation, and we're not going to comment on it until that investigation is resolved."
"In life, whether you're in the NFL, whether you're a football team ... you have to be prepared for adversity and you better bet able to adjust," Snead said. "The (people) who do that the best are most successful."
Williams met with league security Monday in New York to discuss the "bounty" investigation, a meeting NFL.com's Steve Wyche reported was not held at NFL headquarters and did not include Commissioner Roger Goodell.