Posted by ESPN.com's Mike Sando
DANA POINT, Calif. -- The NFL conducts its business incrementally. Only some of the various committees, sub-committees and working groups gather at a given NFL owners' meeting.
The Cardinals have representation on nine such bodies, the most in the NFC West. The Seahawks are next with six, followed by the 49ers with four. The Rams, with new faces in the front office and coaching staff, aren't represented.
A quick look at NFC West representation:
Subcommittee College Relations: Cardinals general manager Rod Graves, Seahawks GM Tim Ruskell
General managers advisory committee: Graves, Ruskell
NFL Security/Fan Conduct: Cardinals president Michael Bidwill, Seahawks CEO Tod Leiweke
Audit Committee: 49ers owner John York
Stadium Committee: Michael Bidwill
Digital Media Committee: Seahawks owner Paul Allen (co-chairman with Redskins owner Dan Snyder)
Business Ventures Committee: Michael Bidwill, Leiweke, John York
Hall of Fame Committee: Bill Bidwill, 49ers owner Denise DeBartolo York
International Committee: John York (chairman)
NFL Charities Board: Michael Bidwill
NFL Management Council Executive Committee Working Group: Graves
CBA Player Benefit Plans Committee: Bill Bidwill
Diversity Committee Working Group: Leiweke
The Management Council Executive Committee Working Group met Saturday. The Business Ventures Committee met Sunday. The Hall of Fame committee is scheduled to meet Monday.