New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning has been fined $10,000 and suspended two games for violating the league’s collective bargaining agreement.
According to the league, the violation involved an “inappropriate conversation” with a female employee in an office during the Giants’ win over the Chicago Bears in Week 5.
It was the second time Manning has had his penalty imposed.
The Giants signed Manning to a five-year, $120 million deal in the offseason, but he was fined and suspended four times in 2017.
He has also been fined and fined in the past for other conduct related to the Giants.
Manning was arrested for misdemeanor battery in October after a dispute with his girlfriend in the locker room, and he was also fined $2,500 by the NFL in September for violating league rules regarding player privacy.