- Calgary Stampeders’ Micah Awe fined for high hit on Montreal Alouettes’ Cole Spieker
- Montreal Alouettes’ Reggie Stubblefield fined for low hit on Calgary’s Jake Maier
- Edmonton Elks’ Mark Korte fined for unnecessary contact with BC Lions’ Jalon Edwards-Cooper
Micah Awe: High Hit on Cole Spieker
Calgary Stampeders linebacker Micah Awe finds himself on the receiving end of a maximum fine, as announced by the Canadian Football League. The disciplinary action follows Awe’s high hit against Montreal Alouettes wide receiver Cole Spieker. Details concerning the exact amount of the fine remain undisclosed as per league policy.
Reggie Stubblefield: Low Hit on Jake Maier
Montreal Alouettes defensive back Reggie Stubblefield has also been disciplined with a fine for a low hit. The incident in question targeted Calgary Stampeders quarterback Jake Maier. Again, the league did not publicize the specific amount of the fine due to its policy.
Mark Korte: Late Contact on Jalon Edwards-Cooper
The third player subject to disciplinary action is Edmonton Elks offensive lineman Mark Korte. He’s been fined for making late, unnecessary contact with BC Lions defensive back Jalon Edwards-Cooper. Consistent with the previous two cases, the financial details of the fine have not been made public according to league regulations.
The CFL has thus sent a clear message to its players about the importance of adhering to the rules and regulations that govern fair play and player safety. While the financial specifics remain confidential, the very imposition of these fines underscores the league’s commitment to maintaining a high standard of conduct on the field.
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