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REPORT: Detroit Lions safety Tavon Wilson fined for horse-collar tackle

According to a report from Michael Rothstein, Detroit Lions safety Tavon Wilson has been fined $21,056 for unnecessary roughness (horse-collar tackle) of LeSean McCoy in the second quarter of the team’s preseason loss to the Buffalo Bills on Aug. 23.

Rothstein also notes that A’Shawn Robinson (taunting), Tracy Walker (unnecessary roughness), and Christian Jones (roughing the passer) were not fined for those penalties called.

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