Found October 07, 2011 on Redskins Insider:
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Rookie wide receiver Niles Paul wasn’t the only Redskins player to receive a fine for a hit in Sunday’s game at St. Louis. Linebackers Rob Jackson and Perry Riley have been fined $15,000 apiece after also receiving unnecessary roughness calls. Jackson’s fine was for a hit in which he took Sam Bradford to the ground after the quarterback released a pass. Read full article >>
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