• Chargers cleared for use of 'sticky' towels, still face fine

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Nov 7, 2012
    • NFL fines Chargers $20,000 in sticky towel case

      SAN DIEGO (AP) -- The NFL has fined the San Diego Chargers $20,000 because it said a member of the equipment staff failed to immediately surrender towels when ordered to do so by a game official against the Denver Broncos on Oct. 15.
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • Report: Towels lead to $20K Chargers fine

      The NFL has fined the Chargers $20,000 for an equipment staff member failing to comply with a game official's authority during the Oct. 15 game against the Broncos, according to a San Diego Union Tribune report.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Chargers cleared in stickum investigation, face a fine

      The Chargers are mostly out of a sticky situation. While they’ve been cleared for their alleged use of a stickum, they will have to pay a $20,000 fine for not immediately following directions of game officials, according to Michael Gehlken of U-T San Di
  • Towel maker 'very pleased' with Chargers verdict

    The NFL hit the franchise with a $20,000 fine, but the penalty didn't pertain directly to the team's use of a grip-enhancing towel.
  • Chargers cleared in Towelgate

    After a three-week investigation, the NFL has found that the San Diego Chargers have not done anything wrong in using a sticky towel, Gorilla Gold. The league began to investigate the Chargers after a referee took the towel from an equipment manager dur…
    Source: ESPN.com

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