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In case you may have missed the slap seen around the world, Bruce Arians has been fined for hitting safety Andrew Adams after a play. However, Arians has said he was trying to keep Adams from incurring a penalty in a press conference.

The dust is now settling after this, and a $50,000 fine has been slapped on the Super Bowl-winning coach. But, according to Total Pro Sports, Arians told reporters he has a plan for it. His plan: “I’ll appeal it, it ain’t got nothing to do with the game, so we’re good.”

The NFL has condemned the actions of any coaches getting physical with the players, so it is speculated that he will lose the appeal.

After the win on Sunday, Arians explained why he doesn’t believe he’s done anything wrong.

No, and I’ve seen enough dumb,” Arians said. “You can’t pull guys out of a pile. We just got a big play, great field position, and he’s trying to pull a guy out of a pile, and I was trying to knock him off of that guy, so he didn’t get a penalty.”

Many say this is a bad look for Arians since he’s been accused by Antonio Brown of trying to force the wide receiver to play through an ankle injury.
[Source Total Pro Sports]

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