• Cary Williams not fined for pushing official in the Super Bowl

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Feb 9, 2013
    The NFL has made a ruling on cornerback Cary Williams' actions during the Super Bowl. Ravens defensive back Cary Williams was surprisingly not penalized or ejected for shoving an official during the Super Bowl. I missed the news of the decision not to fine Ravens cornerback Cary Williams for shoving an official during the Super Bowl because I took Mrs. PFT to see Silver Linings Playbook. By confirming on a Saturday night that Williams won’t be fined, the story will barely register on the national radar screen.  By not fining Williams, the NFL draws less attention to the fact that Williams did something for which he was neither flagged nor ejected, both of which should have happened. Think about it.  I feel bad about the situation. It was just a reaction. That's not the way to act.
    • Cary Williams not fined for fighting 49ers, shoving official in Super Bowl

      NFL makes ruling after Ravens CB seen pushing official in second quarterThe NFL has made a ruling on cornerback Cary Williams' actions during the Super Bowl.
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    I missed the news of the decision not to fine Ravens cornerback Cary Williams for shoving an official during the Super Bowl because I took Mrs. PFT to see Silver Linings Playbook. You know, the movie starring Bradley Cooper that Bradley Cooper was promo…

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