A person familiar with the situation says the New York Jets have been fined $100,000 by the NFL for tampering because of owner Woody Johnson’s comments in December about Darrelle Revis, then a member of the New England Patriots.

The Jets will not lose any draft picks as a result of the fine, according to the person who spoke on condition of anonymity Tuesday because neither the team nor the league announced the sanctions.

The Patriots filed a tampering charge against the Jets after Johnson said he’d “love to have Darrelle back.” Revis, who spent his first six seasons with New York, helped the Patriots win the Super Bowl in February. The star cornerback re-signed with the Jets as a free agent a month later.

Bengals options

The Cincinnati Bengals picked up the options for cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick and guard Kevin Zeitler Tuesday, leaving them under contract through 2016.

Both players were first-round draft picks in 2012. They had four-year deals with fifth-year options.

Broncos waive Smith

The Denver Broncos waived talented but oft-injured outside linebacker Quanterus Smith as they begin their first minicamp under coach Gary Kubiak.

Smith is a third-year pro who appeared in all but one game last season after spending his rookie year on IR while recovering from a knee injury he suffered his senior season at Western Kentucky.

After collecting 11 tackles and two pass breakups, he returned to IR on the eve of the playoffs after reinjuring his surgically repaired left knee during practice.

Manning not done

Declaring he feels good physically and mentally, Peyton Manning made it clear Tuesday he doesn’t view the 2015 season as his farewell tour.

“I wouldn’t call it that.” the 39-year-old Denver Broncos quarterback said in his first public comments of his offseason.

He stressed that he views such chatter as neither offensive nor motivating as he prepares for his 18th NFL season.

Manning spent several weeks mulling his future after Denver’s playoff dud, a 24-13 loss at home to his old team, the Indianapolis Colts. After deciding to put off retirement, he accepted the first pay cut of his career, giving the cash-crunched Broncos $4 million to address their roster needs.

Drew’s retirement

Maurice Jones-Drew’s retirement will include time in the broadcast booth.

Jones-Drew signed a one-day contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars Tuesday, ceremoniously retiring with the team that drafted him in 2006 and ending a nine-year career that included 13,348 all-purpose yards and 81 touchdowns.

Jones-Drew has no plans to return to the field. He’s not straying far from the game, though. He has narrowed his broadcasting options to NFL Network and Fox Sports, both based near his California home.

Draft party canceled

The Baltimore Ravens canceled an NFL draft party at their stadium in the wake of rioting in the city.

The event was scheduled for Thursday night at M&T Bank Stadium. The Ravens say the decision came “out of respect to the curfew in Baltimore.”

Baltimore’s mayor imposed a 10 p.m.-to-5 a.m. curfew after riots broke out Monday following the funeral of Freddie Gray, who died April 19 of spinal cord and other injuries sustained while in police custody.

The Ravens promised refunds for fans.

Dolphins suspend Jordan

The Miami Dolphins said defensive end Dion Jordan has been suspended for the 2015 season for violating the NFL Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse.

Jordan was previously suspended for six games last season for other violations, and this suspension casts serious doubt on his future with the Dolphins. He was the No. 3 overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, but still hasn’t met the expectations that accompanied being selected so highly and signing a contract worth about $20.6 million.