(NEW YORK) -- The fines just keep on coming to NFL players, specifically the Pittsburgh Steelers. Safety Ryan Clark was fined $40,000 for his helmet-to-helmet hit on Baltimore Ravens tight end Ed Dickson on Sunday night.
This is the second straight week Clark has been fined by the NFL. Two weeks ago, Clark was fined $15,000 for his hit on New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski. Clark isn't happy with the number of fines he and his teammates have been accumulating.
"There wasn't anything malicious about it," Clark said. "It wasn't a spear. It wasn't a forearm to the head. It wasn't any of those things and to be fined $40,000 for that? To me it's either targeting me as a single player or it's targeting this team."
After Clark's latest fine, the Steelers have been fined 13 times, totaling more than $182,000.
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