More fines are expected to be handed down in the coming week to players involved in the Week 3 Redskins-Eagles brawl, according to Mike Florio of NBC Sports on Saturday night.

By SI Wire
September 27, 2014

More fines are expected to be handed down by the NFL in the coming week to players involved in the Week 3 Redskins-Eagles brawl, according to Mike Florio of NBC Sports on Saturday night.

The Eagles ended up winning the game 37-34 but Washington defensive lineman Chris Baker and Philadelphia tackle Jason Peters were fined for appearing to be the cause of the massive fight. Peters ran across the field to hit Baker in the fourth quarter and the score tied after the lineman blindsided quarterback Nick Foles

Two or three more players are expected to receive fines from the league, according to Florio. No one was suspended after the on-field altercation.

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