The NFL Players Association has suspended one player for his role in the alleged violation of a league policy on pet food products.

The suspension is effective immediately, the league announced on Tuesday.

The player, who is not a member of the team, is expected to be fined.

The league has declined to provide additional details.

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement that the suspension will “restore our trust in the pet food industry and the integrity of our product supply chain.”

The suspension will not affect the status of players currently on the PUP list.

Goodell said the player’s suspension “is an important step toward ensuring the continued safety and quality of our products.”

The league’s Pet Food Safety Program said it had launched a nationwide investigation into the incident and that “all products sold in the NFL Pet Food Store and Pet Food Basket are tested for pet food by independent laboratory standards.”

The investigation found that the pet feeder in question contained the product called PFCPet and PFCMeal, which were not allowed on NFL pet food and pet food cabinet shelves in the United States.

The company that makes the pet foods is also involved in a contract dispute with the NFL.

A lawsuit filed by the players’ union in October alleges that the league had misled the public about the safety of its pet food.

The lawsuit also claims that the companies violated federal law and the U.S. Constitution.