Buffalo Bills Player Fined $5,000 by NFL for Ridiculous Celebration

Published 12/25/2021, 11:04 AM EST


Every once in a while, who doesn’t like to open a cold one with the boys. Especially when it is the most wonderful time of the year and above that, you have a reason to celebrate. If you’re on the field, the “No Fun League” might make it very expensive to crack open a can. Just ask the Buffalo Bills rookie offensive tackle, Spencer Brown.

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Going all Stone Cold Steve Austin turned out to be pretty expensive for Brown. The authorities were not very pleased with the way he decided to celebrate a touchdown with his teammates. It came at an enormous price for the rookie. 

Spencer Brown’s ridiculous touchdown celebration

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Sunday’s game was very fun for the Buffalo Bills and their fans. They dominated the field that afternoon. They won the match with a score of 14-31. Stefon Diggs was responsible for carrying the football to the end zone twice. 

During the match, the quarterback Josh Allen threw the ball towards Diggs and made a touchdown. After that, the offensive tackle Spencer Brown spotted a fan holding a tallboy. He took Driggs towards the fan and took his beer.

The fan’s name was Rich Donohue, and he was thrilled to be a part of the celebration. Brown grabbed the can and poured it all over the triumphant wide receiver. After that Spencer poured the remaining beer on his face, Stone Cold style. 

Spencer Brown’s most expensive beer ever

After an over-the-top celebration, Spencer Brown earned a pretty hefty fine. The authorities fined him $5,000 for using a prop. Brown confirmed it on Twitter. He tweeted a picture of himself enjoying the beverage with the caption, “Well…… ended up being the most expensive [Bud light] of my life.” 

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On the other hand, the fan who sacrificed his beer had no regrets at all. In fact, Rich Donohue was honored to be a part of the celebration. He did not mind giving up his stadium-priced frosty brew. In an interview with News 4 Buffalo’s Sarah Minkewicz, Rich said, “You can’t put a price tag on that. It was just a beer. I can always get more beer.” 

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Everyone seems to be having a great time. Except for the Panthers, of course. The rookie needs to be more careful with a beer in the future. He cannot afford too many $5,000 Bud Lights. 

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Gurjyot Singh Dadial

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Sports journalist by day, gamer by night and a gym addict by morning. Gurjyot has been a lifelong fan of Wrestling, Contact sports, Rock music and Video games. With a degree in English Literature and Economics from Patkar College, Mumbai, he is set out to conquer every task he sets his mind to.

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