The fines are reportedly primarily related to sideline mask-wearing behavior from coaches and staff members.
Aggies athletic director Ross Bjork confirmed the school's fine, Dellenger adds.
SEC commissioner Greg Sankey apparently notified schools last week that they will have their conference revenue distribution cut by $100,000 for each week they don't adhere to COVID-19 protocols, per ESPN's Alex Scarborough.
The fines are cumulative and can be worth up to $1 million, Sankey said Friday, according to ESPN's Heather Dinich.
The SEC has recently seen an increase in COVID-19 cases, as two games scheduled for Saturday - LSU-Florida and Vanderbilt-Missouri - were postponed due to virus outbreaks.
Additionally, Alabama head coach Nick Saban tested positive for the coronavirus Wednesday, but has since been cleared to resume coaching after multiple negative test results.