Originally written on Fox Sports Wisconsin  |  Last updated 11/19/14
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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- For the fourth straight game, a Packers player has been fined by the NFL for an illegal in-game hit. This week, it's cornerback Tramon Williams receiving a 21,000 fine for unnecessary roughness.Williams was flagged late in the third quarter of Green Bay's win over the Minnesota Vikings when he struck running back Toby Gerhart on an incomplete pass near the sideline. Coach Mike McCarthy was livid with the call on the field despite replays appearing to show some helmet-to-helmet contact between Williams and Gerhart."We're trying to get our guys to play harder and be more physical," McCarthy said Monday. "We've had some things where guys are trying to do it the right way, going with their shoulder and so forth. So when you do have a tight call, a gray-area hit, there's a little bit of Here we go again.' "This string of fines for the Packers began with a 21,000 hit to tight end Ryan Taylor for what the NFL deemed an illegal block despite no flag being thrown on the pl...
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