FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Patriots Wide Receiver Julian Edelman fined for unnecessary roughness on three different games in the team's 24-12 victory over Buffalo Bills on Sunday – a rare trifecta costing him $ 63,504. 19659002] One of the fines was the result of a first quarter game in which he signaled a fair catch at one point but instead security blocked Siran Neal, who was the first Bills player down the field to cover a tip. Edelman was punished on the game.
The narrow England patriot's narrow end, Rob Gronkowski, who had acknowledged after the Super Bowl LII that he was weighing his football future, declined issues on the subject.
Edelman had fined $ 26,739 for the same offense in the patriots' victory over the bills on October 29.
The other two fines from last Sunday were for illegal crack blocks.
The three fines on Sunday were for $ 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 season's 17 weeks, as well as having $ 31,250 bonus entries per game.
Then he will lose about 40 percent of his paycheck for week 16, pending a possible appeal
. New York Jets – ending their season in New England – fined 121,255 dollars for various violations in last week's loss to Green Bay Packers, headed by coach Todd Bowles who docked
In addition to Bowles, defensive ruler Leonard Williams ($ 43,449, unnecessary Roughness, unsportsmanlike behavior), drove back Trent Cannon ($ 26,737, unnecessary roughness) and cornerback Darryl Roberts ($ 26,739, unnecessary roughness) fine.
Information from ESPN's Rich Cimini was used in this report.