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Late hit on Nick Foles leads to brawl in Eagles-Redskins game
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Late hit on Nick Foles leads to brawl in Eagles-Redskins game
Sunday September 21st, 2014

After being ejected for their roles in Sunday's Eagles-Redskins brawl, neither Washington's Chris Baker nor Philadelphia's Jason Peters will be suspended, according to ProFootballTalk's Mike Florio.

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The brawl was sparked by Baker's illegal hit on Eagles quarterback Nick Foles, who remained in the game despite staying on the ground for several minutes after the hit.

Florio reports that while neither player will be suspended, there will be a "ton of fines" against the players involved. At the height of the conflict, more than a dozen players from each team were confronting each other on the sideline.

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