Every now and then, a case comes along that eventually creates a change in the NFL.

The situation with the Miami Dolphins, in which the league is conducting a formal investigation of the organization’s workplace atmosphere, seems like one of those instances.

Speaking at the end of meetings between NFL executives and team owners in Texas, commissioner Roger Goodell said the NFL is considering changes to its workplace rules.

“We’ll be reaching out to players, to clubs, to evaluate them in the next several months,” Goodell said, according to The New York Times. “So we anticipate there will be changes in that for next season.”

Dolphins owner Stephen Ross asked the NFL to investigate the locker room following allegations that suspended guard Richie Incognito harassed teammate Jonathan Martin, who left the team to treat unspecified mental health issues because of the incident.

Although Goodell is waiting for the report to be finalized and didn’t elaborate on what kind of changes could be made, it’s likely that the new policies would focus on a clear definition of what constitutes locker room harassment.