Following a hearing this week with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has agreed to reimburse the league for more than $2 million in legal fees, multiple media outlets reported on Wednesday.
The league had demanded that Jones reimburse it for legal fees the NFL incurred during the litigation involved in the suspension of Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott.
The NFL noted teams are obligated to repay the league if the team offers "substantial assistance" to a third party engaged in the litigation with the league.
The Cowboys claimed they were only observers in the Elliott litigation.
Goodell had discretion whether to demand repayment, and the commissioner also ruled on Jones' appeal. That appeal was heard on Monday in Palm Beach, Fla., where owners and league officials are having committee meetings.
The league issued a statement Wednesday, which read:
"After a hearing with the Commissioner and the Finance Committee, the matter of the reimbursement of legal fees has been resolved to the satisfaction of all parties."
The league did not specify how the matter was resolved, but apparently the resolution was that Jones agreed to reimburse the league for more than $2 million.
Elliott eventually served his six-game suspension after a lengthy appeals process.
Goodell signed a five-year contract extension in December.