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Steelers RB Jaylen Warren fine rescinded from October game vs. Rams

Jaylen Warren was fined a game check for an unneccessary roughness call. But now, the Pittsburgh Steelers running back has seen a change in the ruling.

Pittsburgh Steelers v Los Angeles Rams Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images

Pittsburgh Steelers running back Jaylen Warren and his wallet are happy and full on Friday, according to his agents.

Upon appeal, the NFL has rescinded Jaylen Warren’s fine from this play, per his agents @davidcanter and @NessMugrabi. A game check back in Warren’s pocket.

Warren was fined in October for an unnecessary roughness call against the Los Angeles Rams that cost him a full game check worth $48,556.

Warren has been one of the NFL’s most fined players, and this decision to fine him nearly $50,000 was a big reason why. However, after a lengthy appeal process, Warren’s side has won and the money goes back into his pocket.

Warren has enjoyed a breakout second season with the Steelers after going undrafted in 2022. He has ran for 612 yards and three touchdowns, while also catching 42 passes for 272 yards. He’ll have a good chance to get over 1,000 yards from scrimmage if he continues along this pace for the final month of the season.