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Josh Norman will appeal $10,000 fine for faux bow and arrow celebration

Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman will appeal his $10,000 fine from the NFL for drawing a faux bow and firing a pseudo arrow into the air after an interception against the Cleveland Browns. Josh Norman will appeal a $10k fine for his bow and arrow unsportsmanlike conduct penalty. Still waiting on appeal for hit vs. NYG #Redskins — Master Tesfatsion (@MasterTes) October 5, 2016 Norman also earned a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty for miming Robin Hood’s favorite form of weaponry following his fourth-quarter pick of Browns quarterback Cody Kessler on Sunday.
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