The Jets' 44-38 loss to the Packers last week literally cost them a lot of money, as three players were fined alongside head coach Todd Bowles, SNY's Ralph Vacchiano confirmed.
While speculation about Todd Bowles continuing as Jets head coach for next year swirls entering the last week of the season, he was docked with a $25,000 fine. Bowles' wallet took the hit after he critcized the officials following the loss to Green Bay.
"I thought we were playing two teams," the Jets head coach told reporters after Sunday's game. "I thought we were playing the Packers and the striped shirts."
RB Trenton Cannon also got slapped with a $26,739 fine for his hit on Packers punt returner Tramon Williams, while S Darryl Roberts got dinged with the same fine for unnecessary roughness on Packers WR Equanimeous St. Brown in the fourth quarter.
DL Leonard Williams added $30,080 to his tab of $44,439 on the season. Williams was ejected in the second quarter after throwing a punch at Packers T Bryan Bulaga.