The Bills and Patriots did some pushing and shoving before last Sunday’s game and three members of the Bills say that they’ve received fines from the league as a result of their actions.
Safety Robert Blanton was involved at the start the scuffle when he pushed Patriots quarterback Jacoby Brissett for what he called an “extremely disrespectful” decision to jog through the Bills’ defensive backs drills during warmups. Blanton told John Wawrow of the Associated Press that he was fined $21,000 by the league.
Two other members of the Bills secondary also said they were fined. Cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman said that he was fined $10,000 while safety Aaron Williams did not disclose a figure.
“It’s up there,” Williams said.
There’s been no word from the Patriots about any fines on their end.