JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Jaguars running back Jordan Todman had his late-hit penalty nullified. Now he's working on getting the fine wiped out, too.
According to Hays Carlyon of the Florida Times-Union, the NFL admitted the unsportsmanlike conduct penalty Todam received in the first quarter was unwarranted. He said his agent is going through the appeals process with the league to have the $8,000 fine eliminated, too. Todman was a sixth-round draft pick by San Diego in 2011 but had played in just one game until this season.
"Honestly, it could be Year 10 for me and I’d still feel like eight grand is a lot of money to have to give away,” Todman said. “Hopefully, it gets overturned and they agree with me, so I can keep my money.”
Here are some other pieces of Jaguars content from around the web in our daily Reading the Coverage feature:
The T-U's Vito Stellino recaps offensive tackle Austin Pasztor's journey from hockey goaltender to starting right tackle. Stellino also writes that defensive end Jason Babin received a letter from the NFL office, which probably means he's been fined for his late hit on Colts quarterback Andrew Luck. Babin hadn't opened the letter yet, though.
Here's a roundup of items from this blog: general manager Dave Caldwell says the team is not having a fire sale; the weekly mailbag; the Jaguars' interest level in quarterback Josh Freeman is "very little to none."