- Mike Reiss, ESPN Staff Writer
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Last week, Patriots receiver Chad Ochocinco tweeted Buccaneers linebacker Mason Foster that he felt his first-quarter hit on him was "great", and that he'd pay his fine should the league hand down a fine.
That fine came today, the league nailing Foster for $20,000.
In response, Ochocinco delivered a personal note to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Twitter, referring to him as "Dad."
NFL rules prohibit players from paying others' fines.
In addition, Buccaneers safety Devin Holland was fined $10,000 for his fourth quarter hit on Patriots running back Danny Woodhead, according to Stephen Holder of the St. Petersburg Times.