Aaron Curry fined $20,000 for hit on Tim Tebow

Reuters

Raiders linebacker Aaron Curry is lighter in the wallet as a result of a hit on Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow on Sunday.

Curry was fined $20,000 for striking Tebow in the head and neck area, Jason La Canfora of NFL Network reports.

Although Thursday night was only Curry’s fourth game as a Raider, he has already lost $30,000 to fines. He was previously fined $10,000 for a late hit against the Chiefs.

Curry gave Tebow a bloody lip on Sunday, but Tebow says he’s not going to change his running style.

46 responses to “Aaron Curry fined $20,000 for hit on Tim Tebow

  1. Quick, everyone start calling him a dirty player! Or does that only happen to players that are good?

  2. “Curry gave Tebow a bloody lip on Sunday, but Tebow says he’s not going to change his running style.”

    What is the point in even saying this? He was in the pocket on this play.

  3. Is this the same Aaron Curry that Seatle no longer wanted?

    He looked good last night, putting pressure on Rivers, flying all over the place making plays

  4. “Curry gave Tebow a bloody lip on Sunday, but Tebow says he’s not going to change his running style.”

    What is the point in even saying this? He was in the pocket on this play.

    None of the writers on this site actually watch the games… They just write whatever ‘Ham Sandwich’ King from si says happened

  5. @Stupid Raiders Fan
    Yeah, I wouldn’t have wanted to play in Seattle either. I was hoping the Giants would have traded for him, but that’s the frustrating thing, They don’t typically chase after guys in FA, or trade for anyone. What did the Raiders trade for him? A 5th?

  6. Where is your god to help you when you get hit Timmy Tbag? Why isn’t he putting a force field around you to protect you?

  7. Aaron Curry will turn out to be a great pick up for the Raiders. It didn’t workout for him up in Seattle’s system but he seems to thrive in Oakland’s. Al Davis approved.

  8. Tebow wants to act like a running back and ref’s treat him like a “quarterback”. Curry hit him on the top of the chest on that play and the top of his helmet grazed Tebow’s facemask.
    Look at the picture and see where Curry’s head is- it’s at the top of the chest.

    Curry is a good find. Thanks Seattle.

    Another b.s. fine from the No Fun League.

  9. Other than last week, when he had to play MLB in place of RoMac, the kid has looked good, he has a high motor and he really wants to succeed.

    Great pickup.

  10. toiletking says:
    Nov 11, 2011 4:42 PM
    Worth every penny

    Yeah!! You’d donate 2 years of your Mickey D’s salary to take a shot at Tebow?

    proteus914 says:
    Nov 11, 2011 5:58 PM
    @packmanfan: How does it feel to be a complete moron?

    Thats the beautiful thing about being that stooopid, you don’t even know it.

  11. war27 says:
    Nov 11, 2011 5:51 PM
    Why doesn’t this guy have 3000yard and 15 td’s already? god have better things to do?

    He’s more than half way there (tds)with 3 games under his belt mr. dumas.

  12. Take a look at the video of this “hit” and tell me Goodell is not out of control. He pushed him late out of bounds. $20K?

  13. really? does curry even have 20,000 for a fine? and for all the raider fans thinking he was a good find. watch the tape from the past couple games. he still looks like a seahawk with his cut off out in coverage. if rivers had BOTH of his pro bowl lineman in last night, curry would have been lit up by gates! Brian bosworth could have sacked rivers last night, lets not get ahead of ourselves raiders fans.

  14. how much did Miller get fined on the cheap late hit on Palmer which was 100x worst.
    After yesterday’s game … It proves the refs had it in for the Raiders in the Broncos game …. Penalties were the only way the Broncos were going to win.

  15. @rickthefactor your right the chargers were just one or two lineman away from kicking their butts. It was really close joker

  16. Who was it that knocked McNeil out of the game??? Oh yeah, it was Curry.. I believe the commentators said “lit him up like a Christmas tree”

  17. Curry hit Tebow in the pocket, but the refs declined to penalize him for the obvious infraction. Not that it mattered since Oakland was determined to take enough stupid penalties to lose that game regardless.

  18. raideralex99 says:
    Nov 11, 2011 6:46 PM
    how much did Miller get fined on the cheap late hit on Palmer which was 100x worst.
    After yesterday’s game … It proves the refs had it in for the Raiders in the Broncos game …. Penalties were the only way the Broncos were going to win.
    __________

    Miller was fined 15,000 for that hit. But nice conspiracy theory, Raiderfan. It must be tough to constantly have the world out to get ya, huh?

  19. rushbacker says:
    Nov 11, 2011 8:36 PM

    Miller was fined 15,000 for that hit. But nice conspiracy theory, Raiderfan. It must be tough to constantly have the world out to get ya, huh?
    __________________________________
    Hmmm … I missed that one … only $15,000 … I guess it’s a $5,000 discount if it’s against a Raider player.
    As for the conspiracy theory … think what you want … new rules always come up in Raider games just like last night’s game on the fake punt not even the announcers knew about that rule.

  20. They forgot to mention that the fine was doubled because he is black, and a Raider. Two things Roger Goodell will not tolerate.

  21. Raider fans (and Willis McGahee) can thank Aaron Curry for the two TD’s by McGahee (especially the long TD run).

    He has no football IQ or coverage skills for that matter.

  22. We take other teams garbage and make them players and what happens?

    The fans of the old team are all butt hurt.

    Stay classy, losers.

  23. lets not get ahead of our Selves Charger fans…. If ands and buts, candies and nuts,,, If the Raiders had De Mack,,, the Raiders would have lit up the score board…. The long Bush runs would have been TOUCH DOWNS on that sorry Defense the Chargers have….

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