Nickell Robey-Coleman draws fine for non-call hit

The NFL has handed down a punishment for Rams cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman’s hit in the NFC Championship Game.
The NFL fined Robey-Coleman a sum of $26,739 for his hit on Saints receiver Tommylee Lewis in the Rams’ 26-23 beyond regular time choose over the Saints, NFL Community’s Tom Pelissero reported, per a source instructed of the topic. It became once first reported by ESPN.
Robey-Coleman instructed reporters Friday evening that he’s bright to pay the beautiful.

Nickell Robey-Coleman acknowledged he’ll pay the $26,739 beautiful and not allure. On controversy: “It’s the league’s call, the ref’s call. I haven’t got the rest to discontinuance with that play. I made a soccer play. The ref made his call and there’s nothing else I’d discontinuance about it. That’s their call.”— Prosperous Hammond (@Rich_Hammond)
January 26, 2019

The fourth-quarter hit didn’t blueprint a flag for cross interference or a helmet-to-helmet infraction. With the beautiful, Pelissero elements out that it’s an acknowledgement that a hit of a defensive participant flag will deserve to comprise been drawn.

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