Marshawn Lynch, Richard Sherman Among Seahawks That Gather Fines This Week

The Seahawks did their part for charity in the NFL's weekly fine levies, dishing out $32,500 for uniform violations and illegal tackles/hits in last week's matchup with the 49ers. Through the magic of Twitter, we now know that Marshawn Lynch was fined $10k for his Skittles emblazoned shoe choice, Richard Sherman was fined $15k for a horsecollar tackle on Frank Gore in the 3rd quarter, and Adrian Moten, $7.5k for his late hit on Kyle Williams after Williams had fallen down.

#Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch Fined $10K For Second Uniform Violation http://t.co/eML758XY#NFL
Dec 30 via TweetDeckFavoriteRetweetReply

Seahawks' Richard Sherman fined $15,000 for horse collar tackl vs 49ers
Dec 30 via EchofonFavoriteRetweetReply

SEA's Adrian Moten fined $7500 4 late hit on Kyle Williams that caused concussion. Another Seahawk, Michael robinson, was penalized on play
Dec 30 via webFavoriteRetweetReply

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