FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman was fined for unnecessary roughness on three separate games in the team's 24-12 win over the Buffalo Bills last Sunday – a rare Trifekta that will cost him $ 63.504. 19659002] One of the fines was the result of a first-quarter game in which he signaled a fair catch for a punt, blocking safety instead. Siran Neal was Bill's first player in the field to cover a punt. Edelman was penalized for the game.
New England Patriots in a tight-end Rob Gronkowski, who admitted after Super Bowl LII that he would weigh his football future, rejected questions on this issue offending the Patriots victory over the bills on October 29.
The other two fines last Sunday were for illegal crackback blocks.
The three fines on Sunday were $ 10,026, $ 26,739 and $ 26,739. Edelman has a base salary of $ 2 million, which means he earns $ 117,647 in each of the 17 weeks of the season, and has a $ 31,250 per game bonus.
He will lose about 40 percent of his salary for the 16th week, pending a possible appeal.
In addition, the New York Jets closing their Sunday New England season were fined $ 121,925 for various Green Bay Packers violations that docked with manager Todd Bowles for $ 25,000 for criticizing the office.
In addition to Bowles, the defensive lineman Leonard Williams ($ 43,449, unnecessary roughness, unsportsmanlike behavior), Trent Cannon ($ 26,737, unnecessary roughness) and the back-up Darryl Roberts ($ 26,739, unnecessary roughness) had returned
This report uses information from Rich Cimini of ESPN.