NFL fines players
NEW YORK (AP) - Ahmad Bradshaw's chop block in the end zone cost
the Giants a safety in their 29-10 loss to the Titans last Sunday.
Now that penalty also has cost Bradshaw a $2,500 fine.
Bradshaw's fine was one of six imposed by the NFL from the
The NFL on Friday also levied fines of $5,000 each against New
York linemen David Diehl, Kareem McKenzie and Adam Koets. Diehl and
McKenzie were penalized for unnecessary roughness and Koets was
fined for a major facemask.
The league also has fined two Titans $5,000 each: cornerback
Cortland Finnegan, who threw Giants wide receiver Steve Smith to
the ground by his helmet, and Jason Babin, who was fined for a late
hit with the crown of his helmet.
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