Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston has joined teammate Mike Evans in drawing the ire of the NFL after an in-game scuffle broke out last weekend.
Winston, who could be seen approaching Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore from the sideline and poking him in the back of the helmet, was fined $12,154 for his actions, according to a report from ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Winston missed much of the game due to a shoulder injury he has been battling this season. He is expected to miss at least the next two games due to the injury as well, according to ESPN.
Evans came into the picture shortly after and knocked Lattimore to the ground. He was suspended for one game.
"Your conduct clearly did not reflect the high standards of sportsmanship expected of a professional," the NFL wrote in a letter to Evans.
Evans, who was not ejected, acknowledged his guilt after the game. The Saints won 30-10.
Saints coach Sean Payton, who ran all the way out to midfield in defense of his player, wasn't happy that Evans was allowed to remain in the game.
"I know it went to New York to look at, and if there's not an ejection in that situation, then I don't know when there's supposed to be an ejection," Payton said.