$1 million — San Francisco 49ers owner Edward DeBartolo, Jr., for conduct detrimental to the NFL, after DeBartolo who pleaded guilty to a felony in his role in a Louisiana gambling scandal, 1999.

$1 million — New England franchise, for violating playing rules and for failure to cooperate in the subsequent investigation of the use of under-inflated footballs in the 2014 AFC Championship Game, May 11, 2015.

$950,000 — Denver franchise, for circumventing the salary cap between 1996-98.

$760,000 — Baltimore RB Jamal Lewis, after pleaded guilty to drug charges in federal court, 2004.

$500,000 — Patriots coach Bill Belichick, for spying on an opponent’s defensive signals, Sept. 13, 2007.

$500,000 — San Francisco franchise, violating the league’s corporate ownership policy, 1990.

$500,000 — Indianpolis owner Jim Irsay, violating the league’s personal conduct policy, Sept. 2, 2014.

$500,000 — New Orleans franchise, and forfeiture of second-round draft picks in 2012 and 2013 for running a bounty program, May 2, 2012.

$400,000 — 49ers executive Carmen Policy, violating the league’s salary cap in 1997, 2000.

$400,000 — Browns NT Shaun Rogers, for carrying a semiautomatic handgun in a carry-on bag into Cleveland’s Hopkins International Airport.

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