Former New York Jets linebacker Jermaine Cunningham was suspended six weeks by the NFL after pleading guilty to charges in a case that involved New Jersey's "revenge porn" law.

Cunningham admitted to "posting revealing photos of a woman online without her consent," and was sentenced to three years probation and anger management counseling back in June. But the league just got around to announcing his suspension this week.

Additional charges that Cunningham pled guilty to included invasion of privacy, illegal transport of a weapon and possession of hollow-point bullets, all stemming from a domestic dispute in late December. He hasn't appeared in a game since the 2013 season, and is currently a free agent. 

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[via Barstool Sports]