Originally written on Busted Coverage  |  Last updated 11/17/14
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Tarell Brown has a  phone call with Merton Hanks this afternoon. The 49ers cornerback was fined $5,250 for wearing a red undershirt when, according to team/league rules, he was supposed to wear white. Apparently Brown didn’t learn from Kenny Britt‘s incident, and he thought it would be a good idea to post his fine notice on Instagram. This isn’t jut a fine notice either. It has all the official NFL log-in information  in plain sight!

That’s right. If you look closely you can see the official log-in information from the NFL including the fine and pin numbers. Once you log in you can see the details of the fine…who Brown is supposed to call, when he is supposed to call, and the phone number he is to use. Here is what you see:

If you want to log-in and check it out for yourself, go for it. Not sure why the NFL hasn’t changed the pin number yet, but as of 10:45 this morning you can still get on.

One on hand, fining a guy $5,250 for wearing the wrong color shirt seems insane. Then when he goes and pulls a dumbass move like this, all sympathy is thrown out the window. Can’t imagine Roger Goodell is going to be happy when he catches drift of this. Oh, and Tarell, clip your fingernails bro.

[h/t Matt Maiocco]


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