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Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the NFL will be fining Denver Broncos coach John Fox and defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio $20,000 each for verbally abusing the officials during the team's loss on Monday night.
The NFL even called the Georgia Dome at halftime on Monday night to get the message to Fox and Del Rio to tone down their act in the second half, according to a league source.
Yet as of Sunday morning, the league still has not notified the Broncos of any fines for their coaches. Source: The Redzone
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The NFL has reportedly fined Broncos head coach John Fox and defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio for their public criticism of the replacement officials.
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Last week, Denver Broncos‘ coaches John Fox and Jack Del Rio had some candid conversations with the replacement referees during Denver’s loss to the Atlanta Falcons on Monday Night Football. The refs, at worst, may have gotten a slap on the hand for the atrocious job they did while calling the game.
In the case of Fox and Del Rio, their wallets will...
Denver Broncos head coach John Fox has been fined $30,000 and defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio has been docked $25,000 for verbal abuse of the replacement officials.
They were fined for their actions in last Monday night's loss in Atlanta.
NFL executive vice president of football operations Ray Anderson says he is reviewing incidents from Sunday night's New England-Baltimore...
Denver Broncos coach John Fox and defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio were fined a combined $55,000 by the NFL for publicly criticizing replacement referees last week. Fox received a $30,000 fine and Del Rio was docked $25,000 for their behavior during last Monday night's 27-21 defeat against the Atlanta Falcons, according to ESPN. Fox and De Rio were visibly upset with the...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the NFL has fined both Denver Broncos head coach John Fox and defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio for their behavior towards the replacement officials during last Monday night’s game.
Fox has been fined $30,000 and Del Rio was fined $25,000. Chew on that says the NFL.
I would expect the NFL to fine both Patriots head coach Bill Belichick and...
Denver Broncos Coaching Staff Fined A Total Of $55,000 -
Denver Broncos head coach John Fox was fined $30,000 and defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio $25,000 for berating officials last Monday night in Atlanta. Their actions prompted a memo that was sent to coaches last week, reminding them to mind their manners with the replacement refs. It didn’t take, apparently. Between Patriots...
The NFL officially announced the fines given to Broncos coach John Fox and defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio for berating officials during Week Two on Monday afternoon. There could be more fines coming in the near future. The release about the fines for Fox and Del Rio included a note about the notable run-ins between coaches and officials from this week’s game. “We are reviewing...
NFL Warnes Players And Coaches About Confronting Refs -
The NFL has warned teams that it won’t tolerate confrontational behavior toward replacement officials. Senior league officials called owners, general managers and coaches from all 32 teams to tell them that respect for the game demands better on-field behavior. NFL executive vice president Ray Anderson singled out Monday night’s...
Irony is part of the NFL. The Jaguars struggled through much of the Jack Del Rio era chasing the Colts. Now that Peyton Manning is gone, the Jaguars have yet to lose to the Colts under Blaine Gabbert. Oh the irony. Here's 5 quick things that the Jaguars can do to keep the streak going.
1) Defense (again)Once again, it's all about the defense. Hopefully they decide to show...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings is expected to play in tonight’s game against the Seattle Seahawks even though he’s been dealing with a groin injury.
Even though the Packers have a lot of depth at the receiver position, the impact of a player like Jennings can’t be underestimated.
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By TIM DAHLBERG AP Sports Columnist Rarely has Week 3 been so important in the NFL.
Get through it without mayhem breaking out around the league and the replacement referees might start clearing their calendars for colder days. Have something happen that affects a game or injures a player and the real referees may soon be back wearing stripes.
The NFL is...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Oakland Raiders wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey has been released from the hospital and is recovering from a concussion and neck injury. He’s expected to fully recover.
I’m pretty sure you can guarantee that Heyward-Bey won’t be healthy in time for this week’s game. He’ll probably at least be out for a few weeks. The Raiders...
Adam Schefter reports Colts wideout Austin Collie will be active for Sunday's game against Jacksonville. Collie missed the first two games of the year because of a concussion.Fantasy Spin:Collie has never recorded more than 676 receiving yards in a season so we're not overly excited about his fantasy potential. His presence will likely reduce Donnie Avery's fantasy value going forward.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, tight end Kellen Winslow will make his Patriots debut and be active for tonight’s game against the Ravens.
Winslow will likely be replacing Aaron Hernandez who went down last week with an ankle injury that will likely sideline him for about a month.
New York Jets star cornerback Darrelle Revis will be missing the rest of the 2012 season with a torn ACL, which was confirmed by the Jets Monday morning: Darrelle Revis: torn ACL. Done for year. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 24, 2012 Revis went down in the first quarter of the Jets 23-20 overtime victory [...]