18 Jan 2006
I'm sure Bill Cowher calls Joey Porter (or his comments) ridiculous at least once a week, so nothing surprising there. What's interesting however, is that the NFL said they will not fine Porter for suggesting the officials were conspiring against the Steelers during Sunday's game. Let's see, Clinton Portis gets slapped with a $20K fine for wearing mismatched socks, Sean Taylor loses $17K for spitting in another player's face, and Joey Porter gets off clean for saying the fix was in. Yeah, maybe the league office should come up with some kind of cheat sheet of fineable offenses, just so it doesn't look like they're making this up as they go along.
34 comments, Last at 07 Feb 2006, 2:25pm by dryheat
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