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Mark Kaboly is reporting via Twitter that Steelers defensive end Ziggy Hood has been fined $7,500 for an infraction against the Arizona Cardinals this past week. Hood is being fined for illegal hands to face/facemask and he makes the second Steelers player fined this week as left guard Chris Kemoeatu was fined $15,000 for 2 infractions against the Cardinals. One was for a late hit and the other was for a facemask, illegal hands to the face penalty as well. The Steelers fines now equal $127,500 this year and that includes preseason in addition. Read more [...]Steelers DE Ziggy Hood Fined $7500 is a post from: Steelers Depot
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