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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitanJeff, Oct 16, 2016.
nailed the landing
Fines are out of control, Beckham gets same fine for taking his helmet off during celebration than a helmet to helmet hit? Where does this money go? NFLPA?
Giants' Beckham fined $24K for taking helmet off after TD
Titans running back Antonio Andrews was not fined for his hit on Browns safety Jordan Poyerlast Sunday that ended Poyer’s season, PFT has confirmed.
My understand is they go to charity so that the fines can be written off by the players as a taxable donation. With their salaries, most fines mean nothing.
Y0u want fines, we got fines. This doesn't include the latest he may get over Big Ben.
Week 4, preseason vs. Cleveland Browns: Fined $7,500 for a facemask on Jake Delhomme
Week 9, regular season vs. New York Jets: Fined $5,000 for using an opponent as leverage on a field goal
Week 13, regular season vs. Chicago Bears: Fined $15,000 for unnecessary roughness on Jay Cutler
Week 2, preseason vs. Cincinnati Bengals: Fined $20,000 for roughing the passer against Andy Dalton
Week 12, regular season vs. Green Bay Packers: Suspended two games (and lost $165,294 in game checks) for stomping on the arm of Evan Dietrich-Smith
Week 12, regular season vs. Houston Texans: Fined $30,000 for kicking Matt Schaub in the groin
Week 1, regular season vs. Minnesota Vikings: Fined $100,000 for low block on John Sullivan
Week 6, regular season vs. Cleveland Browns: Fined $31,500 for helmet to Brandon Weeden's chest
Week 12, regular season vs. Tampa Bay: Fined $7,875 for throat slash
Week 17, regular season vs. Green Bay Packers: Suspended one game (and lost $22,000 in playoff wages) for intentionally stepping on Aaron Rodgers' leg
Total: $216,875 fines plus $187,294 lost wages due to suspension equals $404,169 total.
Ouch, I guess it's nothing when you make millions though.
Player Safety issues should be fined and in some cases bigger fines. But fines for celebrating, as long as it's not offensive, are out of control....No Fun League in deed.
I think it goes to NFL charities but I am not exactly sure
Goes the the greatest NFL charity of all, Roger's pockets.
Wouldn't surprise me, he made 35 million last year!!
Goodell's explanation of variance in fines...
Goodell: Fans have a 'misunderstanding' of how the NFL punishes players - CBSSports.com