The Cardinals came back to beat the Buccaneers last weekend and they did it despite a pair of personal fouls that the NFL deemed worthy of $15,570 fines.
PFT has confirmed with the league that both safety Yeremiah Bell and defensive tackle Darnell Dockett were each hit with fines for infractions in the 13-10 victory. Bell was flagged for hitting Buccaneers tight end Tim Wright with a helmet-to-helmet hit in the second quarter of the game. The penalty helped set the Bucs up for a field goal and a 10-0 halftime lead.
Dockett was fined for a horse-collar tackle on running back Doug Martin in the third quarter. That was Dockett’s first personal foul of the quarter. He picked up a second one for taunting after a one-yard run by Martin.
The Cardinals couldn’t score points on either of those drives, however, and Arizona was able to rally for a win that makes it a little easier for Bell and Dockett to swallow the loss of cash.