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Topic - Darnell Dockett
Arizona defensive tackle Darnell Dockett has received a "six-figure" fine from the Cardinals for his behavior in the waning seconds in a 7-6 loss to the New York Jets on Sunday, a person with knowledge of the situation confirmed Friday.
The availability of strong safety LaRon Landry (hamstring) and linebacker Brian Orakpo (ankle) for the Washington Redskins' game against the Arizona Cardinals won't be determined until Sunday, coach Mike Shanahan said. Both players, who are vital cogs in the Redskins' defense, were limited in practice all week.
Ray Horton has the credentials to prove what kind of man he is. This is, after all, the guy who just before leaving the Pittsburgh Steelers' coaching staff virtually gave his 1999 Mercedes convertible to a cafeteria worker.
Darnell Dockett was pulled over by police _ and gave Twitter followers a play-by-play account.
Jay Cutler finally got some protection.
Darnell Dockett finally has the contract he feels he deserves.
Tempers erupted into a scuffle between Pro Bowl defensive tackle Darnell Dockett and offensive tackle Levi Brown in the Arizona Cardinals' second practice of the day Monday.
"Especially when you try to bully a guy. That's so classless," Dockett said. "His whole makeup is to play dirty and hurt guys. Everybody knows that. I just don't understand how he got away with it for so long. I think the NFL really needs to buckle down on it now, because it's bigger than trying to hurt other guys. You're trying to hurt guys on your team mentally, which sometimes can actually be worse than hurting someone physically."
Arizona Cardinals defensive tackle Darnell Dockett said he was glad the Dolphins took action against Incognito.