NY Giants wide receiver Golden Tate was not disciplined for his role in last Sunday’s post-game fight with Rams CB Jalen Ramsey
NY Giants wide receiver Golden Tate was not fined for his role in last Sunday’s post-game brawl with Jalen Ramsey, but the same cannot be said for the Los Angeles Rams’ cornerback.
The NFL announced Saturday that Ramsey was fined $15,625 for unsportsmanlike conduct after the post game fracas.
Ramsey and Tate have a longstanding family feud stemming from Ramsey breaking up with Tate’s sister, Breanna Tate, when she was pregnant with the second of the former couple’s two children.
Tate, who said Thursday that he didn’t have any bruises or look worse for the wear from the fight because he had his helmet on, did not want to discuss the fight further when given the chance to.
“I’m trying not to relive any of that,” Tate said. “I’m trying to move forward because in my mind, it doesn’t really matter what happened outside of the game. We lost. We lost last week. Whatever happened, happened. I just want to move forward with this week’s game and try to get a win.
“Honestly, it’s Dallas week. I don’t even want to back pedal and discuss that, because I don’t think going back to that is going to help us this week and I really don’t want to draw any more attention or put any more highlights out there that don’t have anything to do with Dallas. I just want to keep moving forward and get a win this week.”
Meanwhile, according to Pelissero, Giants center Nick Gates was fined $6,922 for unnecessary roughness stemming from last Sunday’s game.
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