Last Sunday’s Seahawks-Rams game was a chippy affair and the NFL has fined four players for actions during the game.
PFT confirmed with the league that Rams defensive tackle Kendall Langford was fined $7,875 after getting ejected from the game. Langford was arguing a personal foul called on linebacker Alec Ogletree when he gestured with his hand and made contact with an official. Langford then slammed his helmet to the turf before exiting the field.
Rams defensive tackle Eugene Sims and running back Chase Reynolds were also fined $7,875 by the league. Both players picked up unnecessary roughness penalties during Seattle punts.
Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor joined the three Rams in having a $7,875 fine sent his way. Chancellor was flagged for a late hit on Rams running back Zac Stacy during the game.
There were seven other personal fouls or unsportsmanlike conduct infractions during the game, although none of the other offenders were deemed worthy of fines from the league office.