Titans cornerback Cortland Finnegan's behavior has gotten him fined again – this time $10,000, according to NFL.com on Friday.
Also, with that comes a warning from the league that further bad behavior from Finnegan could result in disciplinary action from the league.
The latest fine was a result of a play in which Finnegan knocked the helmet off of Broncos offensive lineman Chris Kuper, prompting Broncos quarterback Kyle Orton to take a verbal shot at Finnegan after the game.
“If that's the type of player Cortland Finnegan wants to be, well then he's a cheap player, he's not a good player,” Orton said after the game.
Finnegan was asked about those comments on Wednesday and repsonded, ““I don't care about what that dude says. That dude don't pay my bills, so I could care less what that dude says. He's a quarterback. If he wants to show up in Nashville and see me, that's cool, too. But I doubt it.”
Earlier this season, Finnegan told TitanInsider.com that he aspired to be the NFL's Dirtiest Player in the annual player poll conducted by Sports Illustrated.
Finnegan has done his part since then to live up to that, drawing personal fouls and $5,000 fines against both the Pittsbugh Steelers and New York Giants.
After the Giants game, Finnegan told TitanInsider.com that he believed he was being targeted by officials.