We'll be uncertain of Scott Fujita's future for a little bit longer, as Jason La Canfora reports via Twitter that the meeting with NFL officials on Tuesday has been canceled. Fujita was never headed to New York, but the two sides have been video conferencing and had one scheduled for Tuesday to discuss pending appeals.
According to La Canfora's follow-up Tweet, the NFL canceled the meeting for one reason or another. There's no reasoning known for certain, but given that it was canceled a full hour prior to the scheduled time of the meeting (1 p.m. ET according to Albert Breer), technical difficulties were likely not an issue.
Fujita is currently rehabbing a knee injury in Cleveland, and played against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 2, making two tackles. He was eligible to play in Week 1 with the suspension over the Saints' bounty situation temporarily lifted, but he hadn't had any time in practice since injuring that knee in the preseason.