No fines for Seahawks-Cardinals penalties

Referee Gene Steratore and crew oversaw a hotly contested Seattle-Arizona game featuring seven penalties for personal fouls.

Cameras showed Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch upset after Cardinals safety Adrian Wilson appeared to pull off Lynch's helmet at the end of a play.

Those fouls and the Lynch-Wilson incident led to no NFL fines this week, a mild surprise given the league's emphasis on punishing players for roughness and related acts.

Steratore and crew flagged Levi Brown, Early Doucet, Vonnie Holliday, Paris Lenon, Brandon Browner, Zach Miller and Richard Sherman for personal fouls during a game the Cardinals won in overtime, 23-20.

There were likewise no fines against St. Louis or San Francisco players for personal fouls called against Chris Culliver, Dashon Goldson and Quintin Mikell.