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.
Lions S Tavon Wilson was fined $21,056 for unnecessary roughness (flagged for a horse collar tackle) of LeSean McCoy in the second quarter of the team's preseason loss to Buffalo on Aug. 23.
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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.