NFL players have been suspended for missing their curfew for two weeks.
The suspensions come a day after two players, including two starting quarterbacks, missed the team’s mandatory minicamp.
The suspensions come after the league revealed the suspensions, which include fines of up to $25,000 for players who fail to meet curfew rules.
The players involved have not been identified, but one was named as a backup quarterback and the other as a reserve.
The player who missed the minicamps is expected to play against the Chargers on Saturday.
In a statement to the NFL Network, the league said the suspensions would “allow the players to continue to recover from the injury suffered in the preseason opener against the San Diego Chargers, and also provide the players with additional time to heal and rehabilitate.”
The suspensions also come after NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announced last week that the league was moving toward instituting a “three-week cut-off” to players’ off-field transgressions.
The league announced last month that it would also move toward instituing a three-week suspension for off-the-field misconduct, though the league’s proposed new policy had not yet been released.