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Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller was fined $7,500 by the NFL on Friday for his late hit during last weekend's divisional playoff loss to the New England Patriots that started a near-brawl toward the end of the game.
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After possibly their biggest win of the season, the Denver Broncos turned in a lousy performance against the New England Patriots last Sunday, jotting down a disappointing mark in the L column. It would appear though that there was a more than reasonable explanation behind the loss: Tim Tebow, the QB who had pretty much achieved legendary status just a week ago was little more than...
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Rookie and Pro Bowl strongside linebacker Von Miller was fined $7,500 for his unnecessary roughness penalty late in the Broncos 45-10 loss to the New England Patriots in a second-round playoff game last Saturday.
Miller said he never heard the whistle but he clearly threw a block on New England special teamer Ryan Wendell well after quarterback Tom Brady’s third-down quick kick...
Three NFL players have been given $7,500 fines for actions during the divisional round of the playoffs: Broncos linebacker Von Miller, Patriots safety Patrick Chung and Giants safety Kenny Phillips. Miller won’t be happy about his fine, which came for a late hit against the Patriots. He went on Twitter after Saturday’s game and defended…
Edgar F. Kaiser Jr. was a Canadian industrialist who as owner of the Denver Broncos brought the Hall of Fame quarterback John Elway to the team.
Patriots safety Patrick Chung will enter Sunday’s AFC Championship showdown against the Ravens a little lighter… in the wallet. But he’s not alone.
Chung was fined $7,500 for a unnecessary roughness, a league spokesman said, as Chung was flagged 15 yards for a late hit out of bounds. While he’s probably not thrilled about it, was a clear violation and no surprise that he...