Multiple Fines Levied Against the Steelers by the NFL 

WESTMINSTER, PA -- After losing to the Cleveland Browns in Week 11, the Pittsburgh Steelers were hit with two heavy fines.  

Dorian Thompson-Robinson, the quarterback for the Browns, was hit by Highsmith, who was fined $16,391.  

The outside linebacker's helmet-to-helmet hit caused a roughing the pass call on that play.  

The Browns' running back Jerome Ford was also penalised for a facemask 

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penalty, and Peterson was fined for it. This is his first fine of the season, amounting to $10,927.  

The Steelers have racked up fines of over $800,000 so far this season. 

Every year, the league decides on a charity to benefit with the proceeds from the fines. 

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