The New York Jets were discovered to have been tampering with cornerback Darrelle Revis, and they have been fined $100,000 by the league as a result.
Revis played for the New England Patriots last season and helped lead them to a Super Bowl victory, but he has returned to the Jets on a five-year, $70 million contract after spending most of his career there previously.
Jets owner Woody Johnson had gotten in trouble for saying that he would love for Revis to come back to the Jets.
The Patriots have not been disciplined though despite owner Robert Kraft commenting on Revis signing with the Jets on the first day of free agency.
Neither team will lose draft picks, but the fine is sure to be worth it for the Jets, as Revis will immediately improve their pass defense, which was a glaring weakness last season.
The Jets run defense excelled with defensive ends Muhammad Wilkerson and Sheldon Richardson entering their primes, but the pass defense ranked 30th in opposing passer rating with 101.5.