NEW YORK -- Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry and Houston Texans cornerback Kareem Jackson have each been fined $24,309 by the NFL for helmet-to-helmet hits last weekend.
Berry was docked Friday after he made direct contact with the helmet of Denver Broncos backup running back Kapri Bibbs in the first quarter of the Chiefs' 30-27 overtime victory last Sunday night. Bibbs left the game to be evaluated for a concussion, but later returned.
Jackson's hit on San Diego Chargers wide receiverDontrelle Inman came in the fourth quarter of the Texans' 21-13 loss and knocked the wideout's helmet off after a 25-yard reception.
Carolina Panthers backup quarterback Derek Anderson was fined $12,154. He was flagged for an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty for yelling at an official from the sideline in the second quarter of the Panthers' 35-32 loss at Oakland.
Panthers linebacker A.J. Klein was docked $9,115 for a face mask penalty.
NFL dishes fines for various infractions to players around league