Rams cornerback Marcus Peters didn’t incur a penalty for removing his helmet after making a fourth-quarter interception on Monday night. He also didn’t incur a fine.According to the NFL John Franklin-Myers Color Rush Jersey
, no fine was imposed for unsportsmanlike conduct on Peters, who removed his helmet and exited the field in plain view of back judge Tony Steratore, who said something to Peters but did not throw a flag.As one source familiar with the process of issuing fines explained it to PFT, players usually are fined for simply removed their helmets. The fines arise when other conduct occurs in connection with the removal of the helmet Marcus Peters Jersey
, such as throwing it.But the conduct clearly should have drawn a foul, which would have resulted in the Rams starting a drive with 1:18 to play from their own 20, instead of from their own 35. By throwing the ball on all three downs, the Rams forced the Chiefs to use only two of three time outs and took only 14 seconds off the clock before a 68-yard punt from Johnny Hekker (and a decision by receiver Tyreek Hill to return it out of his own end zone) put the Chiefs on their own 12 for what became their final drive. The Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots will square off in Super Bowl LIII this upcoming Sunday Aqib Talib Color Rush Jersey
, and with an extra week to prepare both sides will look to be as close to 100% as possible. Here’s the Thursday, January 31 injury report for the Rams: It’ll be nice to see “Full” written next to Greg Zuerlein’s name in the Friday column. I’m expecting him to pull an Adam Vinatieri and rip the Patriots’ heart out of their chest this Sunday. But even if he ultimately ends up with “questionable” designation, fans should still expect him to be out there Sunday...hopefully crushing the collective soul of New England...and New Orleans for that matter. Anywhere with “New” in their name should expect to have a horrible Monday. And for the Patriots: Malcom Brown with no “L” - not to be confused with Rams’ backup running back Malcolm Brown (notice the L) - was back to full today. That’s probably of little significance. So yeah, there are the injuries. See ya around.