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NFL fines Vikings' Kalil, Brinkley

The NFL handed out $7,875 fines to Vikings offensive lineman Matt Kalil and linebacker Jasper Brinkley. Kalil was fined for a late hit against the Colts and Brinkley's paycheck was slashed because of a shoving match he got into with Colts tight end Dwayne Allen.
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The NFL handed out $7,875 fines to Vikings offensive lineman Matt Kalil and linebacker Jasper Brinkley. Kalil was fined for a late hit against the Colts and Brinkley's paycheck was slashed because of a shoving match he got into with Colts tight end Dwayne Allen.

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