The NFL on Saturday fined San Francisco 49ers safety Antone Exum Jr. $53,482 for a hit he put on Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods last Sunday.
This fine marks the third time Exum has been penalized this season for a hit.
Exum was flagged for unnecessary roughness on the play against Woods, which took place in the third quarter of the Rams’ 48-32 victory over the 49ers. Exum hit Woods in the midsection after breaking up a long pass attempt.
Exum was also fined $53,472 for a hit on Denver WR DaeSean Hamilton in Week 14 and $26,739 for one on Kansas City WR Sammy Watkins in Week 3, though that one was reduced to $5,000 after an appeal.
Other players who were hit with fines from Week 17 games:
The Rams’ Samson Ebukam $26,739 for unnecessary roughness.
Miami’s Kiko Alonso and Robert Quinn $10,026 for unnecessary roughness.
Buffalo’s Jordan Mills $13,369 for unsportsmanlike conduct.
Dolphins safety Minkah Fitzpatrick $10,026 for unsportsmanlike conduct.
Chicago punter Pat O’Donnell $15,000 for unsportsmanlike conduct after the side judge tripped over him.
Bears safety Deon Bush $10,026 for a face mask penalty against Minnesota.
Cincinnati’s Alex Redmond $26,739 for unnecessary roughness.
Indianapolis’ George Odum $20,054 for unnecessary roughness.
Pittsburgh’s Ramon Foster $10,026 for unnecessary roughness.
Kansas City’s Tyreek Hill and Demarcus Robinson $10,026 for taunting.
Dallas’ Antwaun Woods $10,026 for taunting.
—Field Level Media