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Source: NFL does not fine Bears OLB Khalil Mack for hit on Bucs QB Tom Brady

Khalil Mack had his finest game of the season recently against the Buccaneers and would’ve had three sacks if not for among them being negated by a roughing-the-passer call against him for apparently driving Tom Brady into the ground.After evaluating the play, the NFL chose Mack’s hit did not warrant a fine, a source stated. That is typically a sign that the league identified he needs to not have actually been flagged in the first place.Even with the lost sack on that play in the 3rd quarter, Mack had two sacks, another quarterback hit and a pass breakup.The NFL did, nevertheless, great Bears cornerback Kyle Fuller$10,000 for a facemask on Bucs wide receiver Mike Evans in the second quarter.For the Bucs, the league didn’t fine center Ryan Jensen for head-butting Bears safety Eddie Jackson during a fight after a play in the 3rd quarter, nor did it fine pass rush Shaquil Barrett for his roughing-the-passer penalty against Nick Foles with 3:53 left in the game.

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