Jaguars' Jackson ($24K) and Lee ($12K) fined by NFL (The Associated Press)

Jacksonville Jaguars defensive tackle Malik Jackson was fined $24,309 by the NFL on Friday after being penalized twice for unsportsmanlike conduct during one drive last weekend. Jackson was called for roughing the passer on Oakland’s Derek Carr, then he protested the call and was penalized for using abusive language toward an official. Four plays later, Jackson was again called for unsportsmanlike conduct after a field goal and then ejected.

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