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12 November 2017, 02:12 | Pamela Mathis
Bengals' AJ Green hit with monstrous fine for starting fight with Jalen Ramsey
So long as "not personal" includes telling the Cincinnati Bengals wide receivers that his career is about to be over because he's weak both mentally and physically.
The NFL fine schedule says a first offense fight is a fine of more than $30,000.
Although A.J. Green didn't get suspended for putting Jalen Ramsey in a chokehold Sunday, the Bengals receiver did get hit with a big fine this week. It was also reported that Green will not appeal his fine.
"I did something I wasn't supposed to do". He just put his hands on me ... He got mad. And then people are trying to talk about the push, I mean I pushed him every single play. That's not who I am. I get out, I do my thing, I talk sh*t, but I don't go personal. Catching 39 passes on 67 targets, the veteran wide out has accumulated 578 yards and four touchdowns in 2017-18. However, he did admit to calling Green soft and mentally weak, but he said that isn't anything different than what he's said to any other receiver he's covered. "It's over, I made a mistake and I'll move on from here".
Hartley in 17th place for Brazil Grand Prix
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