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The NFL fined five players involved in a brawl during the fourth quarter of Sunday's Bengals-Raiders game in Cincinnati. Offensive lineman Andrew Whitworth was the only Bengals player to receive a $26,250 fine, NFL.com reported Friday. Four other Oakland players were not named but fined the same amount. Whitworth charged after Raiders defensive lineman Lamarr Houston for throwing Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton to the ground. The fight escalated and Whitworth, Houston and Oakland's Tommy Kelly were ejected. After the Bengals' 34-10 win, Whitworth said he was defending his quarterback.
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On Friday, Oakland Raiders head coach Dennis Allen indicated that quarterback Terrelle Pryor will likely be active on Sunday as their third quarterback.
“Our anticipation is that we’ll suit (#TerrellePryor) as the third quarterback.” – #Raiders coach #DennisAllen. #RaidersTalk
— Paul Gutierrez (@PGutierrezCSN) November 30, 2012
Pryor has been inactive all season, but as...
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