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Cowboys Jake Ferguson, Markquese Bell fined for actions during Week 13 win over Seattle

Cowboys tight end Jake Ferguson did some jawing with Seahawks safeties Jamal Adams and Quandre Diggs during their Week 13 win. Now all three players will do a little paying up, too.

Adams and Diggs were fined $10,927 each by the league for unsportsmanlike conduct; Ferguson took a lesser hit for $5,812. None of them drew a penalty flag at the time.

The incident came in the third quarter of the Cowboys’ 41-35 win, following an 14-yard pass play that gave Dallas a new set of downs and put them on the Seattle 6. Ferguson popped up after the tackle and gave an emphatic first-down signal in Diggs’s face. Diggs shoved back, and Adams stalked after Ferguson to share a few words.

Ferguson returned, and the two came helmet-to-helmet, with Adams finally taking a quick swipe at the tight end’s facemask.

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