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09/19/2012

Cowboys LB Sean Lee did not care about Golden Tate's fine

Golden-Tate-Sean-LeeIRVING, Texas - A picture can be worth a thousand words, or in this particular case it's worth $21,000.

The mark on Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee's chin is still there, but he was decidely unimpressed with Seahawks' WR Golden Tate's big hit on him during Sunday's game that has reportedly cost him $21K.

The Twitter thingy is saying Tate is going to be fined the maximum of $21,000 for his nasty crackback hit on Lee.

Lee didn't care if Tate was fined a single dollar, or a lot more dollars.

"It's up to the NFL," Lee told me today. "I don't really care. The part I don't like is the celebrating after the hit. ... To me a crackback block isn't tough. Anyone can do that. Toughness is about being able to take a hit and getting back up and doing it again."

 

 

 

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Hawk_Eye

Maybe the whining Cowgirls should all wear skirts.

Notre Dame

Sweet hit.

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