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Cowboys WR Ceedee Lamb Doesn’t Understand How He’s Getting Fined More Than Aaron Rodgers

The Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb is trying to understand why he was hit with close to $50,000 in fines after uniform violations.

This incident has an issue because Aaron Rodgers, who claimed he was “immunized,” broke the NFL’s COVID-19 policy and received a $14,650 fine.

According to ESPN, Lamb wasn’t pleased with the league, which he feels has a hit out on him.

 Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb has been fined nearly $50,000 this season for uniform violations and a wave after his walk-off winning touchdown against the New England Patriots, while Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was fined only $14,650 for violating the NFL’s COVID-19 protocols.

“Annoy me? Nah. Confuse me a lot? Very much so yes,” Lamb said. “I just don’t understand why I’m always the one getting fined for some reason. Untucked jersey. I don’t know.”

“Like, I don’t know what I need to do honestly,” Lamb said. “I just know for sure I’m more conscious of it. … Post-tackle or anything, I guess I got to look down, pull my jersey down. Stuff like that. It’s weird. It’s very weird, considering the next time I get caught with my jersey untucked, I heard I get fined like $50,000 or something. That’s weird.”

In the NFC, the Cowboys took the league by surprise, winning the next six games after a Week 1 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The Cowboys are 6-2 and will face the Atlanta Falcons on Nov. 14.

Aaron Rodgers put people’s lives in danger and was fined less than CeeDee for having his jersey untucked. That is insane but not surprising from the NFL. They care more about taunting and jerseys than some real stuff happening on and off the field. It is a sad state of affairs that doesn’t appear to be changing any time soon.

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