Darius Leonard says he was fined for showing ‘too much skin’

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Indianapolis Colts linebacker Darius Leonard said the NFL fined him for “showing too much skin.”

It isn’t clear what that means or what the NFL was referring to when it comes to Leonard’s uniform, but the Maniac was dumbfounded by the fine given that he’s worn “the same uniform the exact same way” for all four years of his career.

It wouldn’t be shocking if Leonard appealed this fine to the league, especially if he really didn’t change anything about his uniform from previous games.

While the league may be trying to change something about Leonard’s uniform, the teams he’s played against haven’t been able to change the insane production from the linebacker.

Leonard made NFL history on Thursday night when he became the first player to record four forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries and two interceptions in a player’s first nine games to begin a season.

Currently the highest-paid linebacker in the NFL, Leonard’s production is putting him in the conversation for the Defensive Player of the Year award.

It will be interesting to see what comes out of this fine, but Leonard certainly takes exception to it.

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