Totaling the Packers' fines from this season

GREEN BAY, Wis. – When Clay Matthews was fined $22,050 for his blindside block on Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson in Sunday's NFC Championship Game, it closed the door on the Green Bay Packers' fines from the 2014 season.

There were a total of six known fines for actions on the field, not including uniform violations. The total from those fines was $88,197.

There also were at least two known uniform fines – one to Julius Peppers and one to Matthews, both for wearing unapproved shoes.

We have to write "known fines" because the league does not volunteer all information on fines. Rather, they will confirm inquiries about specific players.

Here's a list of the known Packers' fines this season:

  • Matthews: $22,050 for a blindside block vs. Seattle in NFC Championship Game

  • T.J. Lang: $8,268 for unsportsmanlike conduct vs. Dallas in NFC divisional playoff game

  • Sam Barrington: $16,537 for roughing the passer vs. Detroit in Week 17

  • Barrington: $16,537 for horse-collar tackle vs. Buffalo in Week 15

  • JC Tretter: $16,537 for leg whip vs. Philadelphia in Week 11

  • Andrew Quarless: $8,268 for fighting vs. the New York Jets in Week 2