This year’s Pro Bowl was more successful than usual, due in part to a sold-out crowd in Orlando and an inexplicably successful effort (fueled by Ray Lewis) to get the players to cast aside their best interests and risk injury by playing hard. Still, the new home of the game won’t necessarily be the permanent home.

“We go one year at a time,” Goodell told ESPN on Sunday.

Technically, they’ve committed to two years in Orlando, with an option for a third. But the league has every reason to be coy and flexible, given that there are plenty of cities that could be squeezed for all sorts of concessions for the privilege of hosting the game.