Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Brandon Graham and three San Francisco 49ers players received fines from the NFL, multiple media outlets reported.
The NFL docked Graham $13,261 for unsportsmanlike conduct for his actions during last Sunday's NFC Championship Game. Graham was not penalized during the game -- a 31-7 victory by the Eagles.
San Francisco left tackle Trent Williams, a 12-year veteran, was fined $12,731 for unnecessary roughness after he was ejected for throwing Eagles safety K'Von Wallace to the ground. The fine was the second in the career of Williams, who was docked $7,875 for punching then-Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman following a wild-card game in 2012.
Niners linebacker Dre Greenlaw was fined for the second time in as many weeks and third time this season when he was docked $10,430 for an unnecessary roughness in the fourth quarter of last Sunday's game. Greenlaw repeatedly attempted to punch the ball out of the hands of Eagles running back Kenneth Gainwell after the play ended.
Greenlaw was punished in the wallet for a hit on Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert in Week 10 and a late hit on Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott in the NFC divisional round.
San Francisco safety Talanoa Hufanga was fined $4,916 for hitting Philadelphia quarterback Jalen Hurts out of bounds in the third quarter on Sunday.
--Field Level Media