The NFL fined four players on Wednesday for posting posts that appeared to mock the NFL, including the Dallas Cowboys’ Dez Bryant, Pittsburgh Steelers’ Le’Veon Bell and San Francisco 49ers’ Colin Kaepernick.

The players, who were fined for failing to abide by league rules, were fined $3,500 each for their posts.

The fines were announced by the league and the players’ agents.

The league has not commented on the posts.

“It’s a tough, tough league,” NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said.

The league also fined the New York Giants $1,000 each for violating the league’s social media policy, which prohibits posts that are offensive or racially charged. “

Our players are in the business of serving their communities and we are proud of them for their work.”

The league also fined the New York Giants $1,000 each for violating the league’s social media policy, which prohibits posts that are offensive or racially charged.

The NFL’s Facebook page has been the subject of a controversy recently, as a growing number of fans have criticized the league for not making social media more accessible.

The social media platform has also faced criticism for allowing players to post their personal information, including names, addresses, phone numbers and contact information, and allowing players’ names to appear in their profile photos.