At least the Tampa Bay Buccaneers might league the league in something - fines.
"I'm playing football, though," Black said. "Obviously we've got to change the way we're going out there and playing, but it's for a good cause, the safety of the players. We've got to lower the strike zone."
Through two games, the Bucs have been fined $208,875 thus far this season. That included safety Dashon Goldson, who was originally suspended for one game, but had it overturned and instead was fined $100,000.
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