Odell Beckham Jr. received yet another fine from the NFL. This time, Beckham was fined $24,309 for an unsportsmanlike penalty that he received against the Baltimore Ravens, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.
Beckham scored a touchdown late in the Giants’ game against the Ravens, and took off his helmet in celebration.
The Giants star wideout has now been fined over $96,000 on the season. His first fine came on Sept. 16, for excessive celebration against the Dallas Cowboys, and cost him $12,154. He was fined later that month on the 25th, for a blindside and late hit on Kenny Vaccaro of the New Orleans Saints. That one cost him $36,000.
This month, Beckham was fined on Oct. 7 for unsportsmanlike conduct against the Minnesota Vikings, which cost him $24,309, and again this week at the same price.
Beckham’s had a costly season, but if he’s as happy as he was last week, he might not care. A 222-yard and two-touchdown performance cures all.