What do you mean? They should be required to sell the team. The team should then be relocated someplace at least 1500 miles away so the fans suffer. Oakland is now available. St. Louis is, but fails the 1500 mile test. Then the ownership, executives, management, administrative staff, trainers, and star players should be hung publicly, the bodies then burned at the stake, and the ashes collected, given to NASA or SpaceX and blasted into space. That ought to about do it.
Seriously, though, I agree. Whoever is involved should bear the brunt. Those not involved should be not involved.
I'm not sure it is not illegal. While their direct acts were not illegal, they did know those acts were to help cover up the crime. That could be seen as furtherance of the criminal conspiracy. That is for the authorities to decide.
I said this on another thread, but the corruption in that region is perhaps worse than anywhere outside of Chicago. The difference is Chicago is open about it. Old-guard institutions and names are simply above the law or any responsibility. It is like quid pro quo without any regard or judgment of the actions being buried, ignored, or justified. There is some of that everywhere, but down in that region, it is rampant.
You've never sat in the end zone, have you? When everything is happening at the other end, you watch it on the jumbotron just like folks in the upper level. But when the action is at your end and coming towards you, you see stuff that never gets shown on tv.