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Philly Receiver Fined $25,000 For Hit On Packers’ Randall

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Philly Receiver Fined $25,000 For Hit On Packers' Randall

Philadelphia receiver Bryce Treggs complains about a 25-thousand dollar fine from the N-F-L for his hit on Packers’ corner Damarious Randall in an exhibition August tenth. Randall suffered a concussion when he got blindsided in the head on a high block from Treggs during a running play. In a tweet Monday that was since deleted, Treggs wrote, “I made league minimum last year and I just got fined 25 ‘K.’ I’m starting a Go Fund Me account to pay for it.” Randall tweeted back, “You shouldn’t play dirty then.” Treggs, a second year pro, then defended himself in a pair of tweets, saying, “As an undrafted guy fighting for a roster spot, you’re always trying to stand out on film … Nothing dirty about trying to earn a roster spot.” Coach Mike McCarthy asked the N-F-L to review the plays by the Eagles that gave concussions to Randall and rookie receiver Malachi Dupre, saying he did not think they were “legal hits.”

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