Found October 19, 2012 on NFL Draft Zone:
PLAYERS: Quinton Coples
TEAMS: New York Jets
Quinton Coples was fined $10,000 for unnecessary roughness after grabbing Andrew Luck’s facemask and twisting his helmet Sunday, according to nj.com That person requested anonymity because the NFL does not make player fine information public.Luck also caused another Jet to lose some money over the weekend as well. Aaron Maybin was hit with a $7,875 fine for unnecessary roughness. The league believed Maybin “unnecessarily” struck an opponent with his elbow.Maybin’s hit looked worse than Coples, but he was lucky to get off.  Both were fined, but at least they are trying to get the quarterback.
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