The NFL has closed the books on its examination of the circumstances that led to Russ Brandon's May 1 resignation as managing partner and president of Pegula Sports & Entertainment, which owns the Buffalo Bills.
A league spokesman Friday issued the following statement: "We are satisfied the club addressed the matter in a timely, thorough and appropriate manner. There will be no further action by the league office."
Brandon's departure from PSE came amidst allegations, reported by The Buffalo News, of workplace and personal misconduct.
The NFL said on May 3 that it intended to contact the Bills to determine if any further steps were required.
Brandon also served as president of the Buffalo Sabres. On the same day that the NFL said it intended to look into the matter, the NHL said it had "consulted with the Sabres and have determined it’s appropriately a club matter.”