Sport Eric Fisher fined for dumping beer on his head after TD against Texans

01:51  19 january  2020
01:51  19 january  2020 Source:   msn.com

Eric Fisher fined for dumping beer on his head after TD against Texans

  Eric Fisher fined for dumping beer on his head after TD against Texans Oklahoma State put itself in position for the big upset by jumping out to a big lead at halftime, but Baylor showed why it's the second-ranked team in the country by coming back and winning this one 75-68. Watch the thrilling highlights here.

Bernard Tomic has been dumped by racket sponsors Head hours after he was fined more than £11,000 following his controversial first-round exit from Wimbledon.

The San Diego Chargers fined safety Eric Weddle ,000 for staying on the field at halftime during a Week 15 game against the Miami Dolphins so he The team placed Weddle on injured reserve on Monday against the player's wishes, almost certainly ending his career with the team, and according

During last weekend’s divisional-round matchup, Kansas City Chiefs left tackle Eric Fisher celebrated a touchdown by dumping beer on his head.

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Not surprisingly, the NFL has come down hard with a fine in excess of $14,000, per Tom Pelissero of NFL Network.

Now, for some irony.

The NFL is full of contradictions, it seems.

Bottom’s up!

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Baltimore Ravens quarterback Robert Griffin III (3) celebrates a touchdown in the second quarter against the Pittsburgh Steelers at M&T Bank Stadium on December 29, 2019.

Report: NFL discipline for Patriots' filming expected within 2 weeks .
The New England Patriots are expected to receive discipline from the NFL within the next two weeks for illegally videotaping the Cincinnati Bengals' sideline from the press box, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. The incident took place one week before the Patriots and Bengals squared off in December. It's still unclear whether there was a link between the camera crew at fault and the Patriots' football operations department, sources told Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.The Patriots admitted to the infraction after it took place but insisted their employees were credentialed and obtaining footage for their "Do Your Job" documentary series.

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