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THERE IS NO PENALTY
It depends on the offensive penalty. If it's something like a holding the ball will go to the defense and the yards on the block in the back will back the defense up.
illegal forward pass
According to the NFL rulebook, illegal formations, motions and substitutions all carry a five-yard penalty.
The penalty for an Illegal Forward pass is a five yard spot foul and loss of down. If an Illegal forward pass is intercepted, the penalty would be declined. There would be no enforcement of the penalty.
The penalty for an Illegal Forward Pass is 5 yards from the spot of the foul and loss of down.
a punt may be blocked by the kicking team without penalty unless there is some other illegal act involved. As long as the kicked ball is touched prior to the blocker contacting the punter the contact is ignored. For exanmple If the punt blocker were to block the punt and then make helmet to helmet contact with the punter there would be a penalty for the illegal helmet contact but not the blocking of the punt.
I think it is loss of down or a 10 yard penalty.
A foul that resulted in a penalty kick.
it should not be
No. An illegal formation penalty does not stop play. The play is only negated if the defense accepts the penalty after the play is over.