Countdown to Kickoff

TIME TO RUN IT BACK

FOOTBALL

TIME TO RUN IT BACK

Countdown to Kickoff

TIME TO RUN IT BACK

FOOTBALL

Pre-Game and Post-Game Coverage

FOX Football Gameday Host

Zakk is Nationally renowned Rock n Roll Sports Expert! A Sports Broadcasting veteran and former morning host for a nationally-syndicated Fox Sports Radio Network morning show. Talking football is a passion for Zakk and his Gameday coverage chops were built hosting pregame shows for the Atlanta Falcons, 49ers and Chicago Bears.

Dominic "Zakk" Zaccagnini

FOX Football Gameday Host

Zakk is Nationally renowned Rock n Roll Sports Expert! A Sports Broadcasting veteran and former morning host for a nationally-syndicated Fox Sports Radio Network morning show. Talking football is a passion for Zakk and his Gameday coverage chops were built hosting pregame shows for the Atlanta Falcons, 49ers and Chicago Bears.

Soren Petro

Countdown to Kickoff Host

Every week join us as we “Countdown to Kickoff” with our one hour Pre-Game show hosted by Sports Radio 810 WHB afternoon personality Soren Petro. The most informative and comprehensive Pre-Game Show in the region, all about our champion home town team. Soren will break it all down with special guests and expert analysis from around the league as we get ready for kickoff.

Dani Welniak

KCTV5 News Sports Anchor

Dani Welniak is a former pro footballer herself sporting her own Women’s Championship Super Bowl ring. Her experience on the field gives her a strong understanding of gameday strategy. Listen every week as she breaks down the defense and what KC must do to contain the opponents offense.

BJ Kissel

NFL Insider

Every gameday we will check in with Local Sports Expert BJ Kissel to discuss Who’s Hot, Who’s Not, get a College Report from around the country, and go in depth about what the Kansas City Offense and Special Teams need to do on gameday to Run it Back.

Steve Gorman

Rock N Roll Reporter

Every week Zakk will catch up with Former Fox Sports guest broadcaster and Black Crowes Rock N Roll drummer to make their picks for the biggest games of the week.

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Gameday and Weekly Coverage Home and Away

2020 Schedule

Wk
1
Thu
Sep 10
Texans – 34 – 20Arrowhead Stadium
Kansas City
NBC
7:20 pm
Wk
2
Sun
Sep 20
@Chargers – 23 – 20SoFi Stadium
Los Angeles
CBS
3:25 pm
Wk
3
Mon
Sep 28
@Ravens – 34 – 20M&T Bank Stadium
Baltimore
ESPN
7:15 pm
Wk
4
Mon
Oct 5*
Patriots – 26 – 10Arrowhead Stadium
Kansas City
CBS
3:25 pm
Wk
5
Sun
Oct 11
Raiders – 32 – 40Arrowhead Stadium
Kansas City
CBS
12:00 pm
Wk
6
Mon
Oct 19*
@Bills – 26 – 17New Era Field
Buffalo
FOX
4:00 pm
Wk
7
Sun
Oct 25
@Broncos – 43 – 16Broncos Stadium
Denver
CBS
3:25 pm
Wk
8
Sun
Nov 1
Jets – 35 – 9Arrowhead Stadium
Kansas City
CBS
12:00 pm
Wk
9
Sun
Nov 8
Panthers – 33 – 31Arrowhead Stadium
Kansas City
FOX
12:00 pm
Wk
10
Bye
Week
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Wk
11
Sun
Nov 22
@Raiders – 35 – 31Allegiant Stadium
Las Vegas
NBC
7:20 pm
Wk
12
Sun
Nov 29
@Buccaneers – 27 – 24Raymond James Stadium
Tampa
CBS
3:25 pm
Wk
13
Sun
Dec 6
Broncos – 22 – 16Arrowhead Stadium
Kansas City
NBC
7:20 pm
Wk
14
Sun
Dec 13
@Dolphins – 33 – 27Hard Rock Stadium
Miami
CBS
12:00 pm
Wk
15
Sun
Dec 20
@Saints – 32 – 29Mercedes-Benz Superdome
New Orleans
CBS
3:25 pm
Wk
16
Sun
Dec 27
Falcons – 17 – 14Arrowhead Stadium
Kansas City
FOX
12:00 pm
Wk
17
Sun
Jan 3
Chargers – 21 – 38Arrowhead Stadium
Kansas City
CBS
12:00 pm
DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFSun
Jan 17
BrownsArrowhead Stadium
Kansas City
CBS
2:05 pm

 

Local Coverage

TUNE IN ON GAMEDAY

Team coverage on Fox Football Gameday with a 2 Hour Pre-Game Broadcast hosted by Dominic “Zakk” Zaccagnini featuring News around the league, updates on College Sports, Fantasy Football leading up the the Countdown to Kickoff with 810 Sports Radio host Soren Petro with Gameday Audio Highlights courtesy of Westwood One and Sports Radio 810 WHB!

RED REPORTS

101 The FOX Slacker morning Show 

Listen to the Slacker Morning show every week at 7:30am as we check in with WHB Sports Radio 810 host Soren Petro for the Fox Football FRIDAY RED REPORT to get Teed UP for GAMEDAY! Then get the recap of the previous game every Monday with the Fox Football Gameday Wrap-up. PLUS get Slacker’s FOX Fantasy Football Update on Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30am with Fantasy Football Guru Adam Copeland.

FOX Tailgate Party Patrol

101 The FOX has teamed up with Amini’s for the Season to find a Virtual Tailgate CHAMPION with our FOX Tailgate Party Patrol! Be it from home, from a parking lot, or virtual we want to help EVERYONE party in STYLE all season long! 101 The Fox is giving YOU the chance to have YOUR tailgate upgraded by the Fox Tailgate Patrol with some of the BEST KC BBQ for FREE for your crew. Send US your pictures and register your Tailgate Team WITH US! Then share your Game Day Tailgate videos and more with us in the FOX Football Tailgate Club! We will host Virtual Watch Parties give out prizes and more! Before every game one person will WIN some the tailgate essentials for their next party! All of the qualifiers for the season will be in the drawing to WIN the GRAND PRIZE $4,000 to Amini’s to get everything they NEED for their AT HOME Watch Party to be given away at the end of the season!

Join Us

Join the FOX FOOTBALL TAILGATE TEAM! This is our special Facebook Group where we will host Virtual Tailgate Parties and we want EVERY Tailgate Team to join us! WE know not EVERYONE can go to the Stadium to Tailgate this year, BUT we still want the everyone in our kingdom to be able to Tailgate WITH family and friends. From the Stadium parking lot to backyards and back porches, from the front porches and Driveways to decks and patios, from the fan caves and fan attics to EVERY bar and restaurant in the area! WE want to SEE YOU ALL! This is a Private Facebook Group so you need to Sign up to get in. NO COST to get in we’re just us hanging out with our Fans and watching and talking about what we LOVE! KC Football, Tailgating, and KC BBQ… Come Join us! 

CHIEFS NEWS

Chiefs’ Clyde Edwards-Helaire questionable vs. Browns

Kansas City Chiefs rookie running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire is questionable for Sunday’s AFC divisional round playoff game against the Cleveland Browns despite missing practice for the second straight day.

Chiefs coach Andy Reid announced the playing statuses of Edwards-Helaire, wide receiver Sammy Watkins and linebacker Willie Gay on Friday. Watkins (calf) and Gay (ankle) were ruled out of Sunday’s home game.

Edwards-Helaire, who is nursing hip and ankle injuries, missed the final two games of the regular season.

Despite those absences, Edwards-Helaire recorded team-leading totals in carries (181), rushing yards (803) and rushing touchdowns (four). He also had 36 catches for 297 yards and a score since being selected by Kansas City with the 32nd overall pick of the 2020 NFL Draft.

Running backs Le’Veon Bell and Darrel Williams would see an increase in snaps should Edwards-Helaire be limited or unable to play against Cleveland.

Bell rushed for 254 yards and two touchdowns in nine games with the Chiefs, while Williams had 169 yards and one score in 16 games.

Demarcus Robinson likely will see more snaps in place of Watkins, who had 37 receptions for 421 yards and two touchdowns this season. Robinson had 45 catches for 466 yards and three touchdowns in 10 games in 2020.

The Browns listed four players as questionable: Offensive tackle Jack Conklin (hamstring/knee), linebacker B.J. Goodson (shoulder), tight end David Njoku (hamstring) and tight end Stephen Carlson (groin).

Divisional Playoffs dividing bettors for Sunday games

The Cleveland Browns are 10-point underdogs as Sunday’s Divisional Playoff game at Kansas City approaches, and the largest spread line of the weekend is dividing bettors.

The Chiefs (14-2) are coming off a bye week as the No. 1 seed in the AFC. They’re rested and playing host to a Browns team still managing its way through a COVID-19 outbreak.

However, Kansas City has failed to cover the spread in eight consecutive games. The Chiefs are being backed by 59 percent of the spread handle at BetRivers.com and 52 percent at DraftKings, but only 42 percent at FanDuel as of Friday.

Bettors are showing much more confidence in the Chiefs’ moneyline, backing them with 89 percent of the handle at -500 at FanDuel and 89 percent at DraftKings. BetRivers.com is offering Kansas City at -480, which is being backed by 86 percent of the handle.

The Over/Under has been set at 57 percent by all three sportsbooks. The Over is being backed by 89 percent of the handle at FanDuel, 85 percent at BetRivers.com and 83 percent at DraftKings.

The Browns are coming off an explosive 48-37 upset of Pittsburgh in the wild-card round, which elevated them into Sunday’s game.

Despite sitting out the Jan. 3 setback to the Los Angeles Chargers, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes helped engineer a 14-2 season for Kansas City while passing for 4,740 yards and 38 touchdowns. He will square off against Baker Mayfield as they reprise their old Big 12 shootouts.

The Chiefs scored at least 31 points in each of their postseason wins a year ago. Travis Kelce, who set an NFL record for tight ends with 1,416 receiving yards, also sat out the defeat against the Chargers, which snapped a 10-game Chiefs winning streak.

The final game of the Divisional Playoffs will feature future Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady and Drew Brees going toe-to-toe in what could be another shootout.

DraftKings and FanDuel have both set the Over/Under for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New Orleans Saints game at 52, with the Over being backed by 81 percent of the handle at the former and 83 percent at the latter.

Brees’ Saints are 3-point favorites at all three books.

New Orleans swept the regular-season series, but the Bucs are being backed by 63 percent of the spread handle at BetRivers and 56 percent at FanDuel.

The action is more divided at DraftKings, where the Saints are backed by 51 percent of the spread handle. However, the Bucs (+175) are backed by 75 percent of the moneyline handle. Tampa Bay is being backed by 72 percent of the moneyline handle at BetRivers at +155, and 68 percent at FanDuel at +148.

New Orleans is the only team to have defeated Brady twice in the same season.

The Saints ruined Brady’s debut with the Buccaneers after 20 seasons in New England when they prevailed 34-23 in the season opener in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

They handed Brady the worst loss of his career when they completed the season-series sweep with a 38-3 rout in Tampa on Nov. 8.

Now the stakes are higher, as the winner will earn a trip to the NFC Championship on Jan. 24.

“When the playoffs come and you’re playing a division opponent like this,” Saints coach Sean Payton said, “it’s a whole new season. It’s entirely different.”

Much of the attention leading up to the game will be on Brees and Brady, the two most productive passers in NFL history. This will be the last time they face each other, if Brees retires after this season.

The Saints’ defense was perhaps the most important factor in winning the first two games. They intercepted Brady twice in the first meeting, including one that Janoris Jenkins returned for a touchdown. And they intercepted him three times in the second meeting.

Brees had six touchdowns and no interceptions in the first two meetings.

For the season, Brady has passed for 4,633 yards, 40 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. He has just seven interceptions against teams other than New Orleans.

Since the second loss to the Saints, the Bucs have averaged 34.6 points per game.

Chiefs RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire returns to practice

Kansas City Chiefs rookie running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire returned to practice on Wednesday after missing the final two games of the regular season.

The move represents a positive sign for Edwards-Helaire’s chances to play in Sunday’s divisional playoff game versus the visiting Cleveland Browns.

“He just went right at it. Fearless with (his rehabilitation). And as a result, he’s probably a little bit ahead,” Chiefs coach Andy Reid said of Edwards-Helaire, who has been nursing hip and ankle injuries.

Edwards-Helaire, 21, has team-leading totals in carries (181), rushing yards (803) and rushing touchdowns (four) since being selected by Kansas City with the 32nd overall pick of the 2020 NFL Draft. He also has 36 catches for 297 yards and a score.

Star wide receiver Tyreek Hill, who is dealing with a hamstring injury, also participated in practice on Wednesday.

Hill, 26, has 87 receptions for 1,276 yards with a career-best 15 touchdowns this season.

Linebacker Willie Gay (ankle), cornerback Rashad Fenton (ankle) and wide receiver Sammy Watkins (calf) didn’t practice on Wednesday.

Aaron Donald, Travis Kelce anchor All-Pro team

Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald and Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce were unanimous selections to the 2020 Associated Press All-Pro team announced Friday.

Donald and Kelce swept all 50 votes from a nationwide panel of media members.

It is the sixth consecutive selection for Donald, 29, who registered 13.5 sacks for a Rams defense that finished No. 1 in the NFL in scoring defense and total defense.

It is the third selection for Kelce (2016, 2018). The 31-year-old helped the Chiefs secure the No. 1 seed in the AFC playoffs and set a record for tight ends with 1,416 receiving yards.

The Green Bay Packers and Indianapolis Colts both had four players on the list.

Quarterback and leading MVP candidate Aaron Rodgers (third selection), left tackle David Bakhtiari (second), center Corey Linsley (first) and wide receiver Davante Adams (first) helped the Packers (13-3) secure the No. 1 seed in the NFC.

Left guard Quenton Nelson (third), linebacker Darius Leonard (second), defensive tackle DeForest Buckner and special teamer George Odum each earned their first All-Pro nods for the Colts, who finished 11-5 and earned a wild-card berth.

Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry was honored for the first time after rushing for 2,027 yards and capturing his second straight NFL rushing title.

The rest of the All-Pro offense includes Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (third selection), Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs (first), Washington Football Team right guard Brandon Scherff (first) and Cleveland Browns right tackle Jack Conklin (second).

Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner made the team for the sixth time in the last seven seasons.

The rest of the All-Pro defense includes edge rushers T.J. Watt (second selection) of the Pittsburgh Steelers and Myles Garrett (first) of the Browns, San Francisco 49ers linebacker Fred Warner (first), cornerbacks Xavien Howard (first) of the Miami Dolphins and Jalen Ramsey (second) of the Rams, and safeties Tyrann Mathieu (third) of the Chiefs, Minkah Fitzpatrick (second) of the Steelers and Budda Baker (second) of the Arizona Cardinals.

Chicago Bears kick returner Cordarrelle Patterson earned his fourth selection. The rest of the special teams All-Pros are first-time honorees: Dolphins kicker Jason Sanders, New England Patriots punter Jake Bailey and Patriots punt returner Gunner Olszewski.

The AFC placed 18 players on the list, compared to 11 for the NFC. Sixteen of the 32 NFL teams had at least one player selected.

NFL NEWS

Ravens QB Jackson injured, will not return vs. Bills

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson departed Saturday night’s playoff game against the Buffalo Bills and will not return.

Jackson was hurt on the final play of the third quarter with Baltimore trailing 17-3. The Ravens said Jackson was in the concussion protocol and ruled him out for the rest of the game.

Jackson completed 14 of 24 passes for 162 yards and one interception and rushed for 34 yards on nine carries. His interception was returned 101 yards for a touchdown by Taron Johnson in the third quarter.

Jackson was injured after chasing a poor snap by center Patrick Mekari and wildly throwing the ball out of bounds from his own 2-yard line. He landed hard on the turf and needed help from the training staff and was taken to the locker room for evaluation.

Rookie Tyler Huntley replaced Jackson. Huntley threw five regular-season passes.

Packers carve up Rams to reach NFC title game

Aaron Rodgers threw for 296 yards and two touchdowns on Saturday, including the game-clinching 58-yard strike to Allen Lazard, as the top-seeded Green Bay Packers advanced to the NFC championship game with a 32-18 win over the visiting Los Angeles Rams.

Rodgers and Lazard hooked up for the big play off play-action with 6:52 left in the game, the capper of a game where Green Bay’s top-ranked offense whipped Los Angeles’ top-ranked defense. The Packers gained 484 yards, scoring on their first five possessions and controlling the ball for 36:12.

Rodgers completed 23 of 36 passes and also ran for a score. Green Bay will host either the Tampa Bay Buccaneers or New Orleans Saints, who play on Sunday in New Orleans, on January 24 with a spot in the Super Bowl at stake.

The sixth-seeded Rams drew within 25-18 late in the third quarter on Cam Akers’ powerful 7-yard run and a two-point conversion, but couldn’t produce the equalizer on a day in which they totaled just 244 yards.

Jared Goff hit 21 of 27 passes for 174 yards and a touchdown for Los Angeles. Goff, playing with a thumb injury that kept him out of the starting lineup for last week’s wild-card win in Seattle, absorbed four sacks.

Mason Crosby’s 24-yard field goal with 8:39 left in the first quarter initiated the scoring. After Matt Gay drilled a 37-yarder just over four minutes later for the Rams, the Packers chewed up nearly eight minutes on a drive that ended with Rodgers’ 1-yard touchdown pass to Davante Adams.

Rodgers capped the next march with a 1-yard run, using a pump fake to get Leonard Floyd out of position to make a tackle, to make it 16-3 with 3:29 remaining in the half. Los Angeles pulled within 16-10 on Goff’s 4-yard scoring strike to Van Jefferson 29 seconds before halftime.

But Green Bay came up with the half’s last word, driving 54 yards to set up Crosby for a 39-yard field goal as time expired to give it a 19-10 advantage at intermission.

Report: Steelers to promote QBs coach Matt Canada to OC

The Pittsburgh Steelers are expected to promote quarterbacks coach Matt Canada to offensive coordinator, NFL Network reported on Saturday.

Canada would take the role available after the Steelers elected against renewing the contract of Randy Fichtner on Thursday.

The 48-year-old Canada, who joined the Steelers in 2020, reportedly interviewed with the Miami Dolphins for their offensive coordinator position after Chan Gailey retired.

Canada has spent 25 years coaching in multiple offensive roles at the collegiate level with Indiana, Butler, Northern Illinois, Wisconsin, Pittsburgh, LSU and NC State. He also served as the interim head coach with Maryland in 2018, posting a 5-7 record.

Fichtner, 57, coached the wide receivers from 2007-09 and quarterbacks from 2010-17 before taking over as the offensive coordinator in 2018.

The Steelers started 11-0 before losing four of their last five regular-season games in 2020. The Pittsburgh offense ranked 12th in scoring, 15th in passing yards and 32nd (last) in rushing yards.

Reports: Ravens CB Marcus Peters fined $15K for taunting

Baltimore Ravens cornerback Marcus Peters was fined $15,000 for taunting the Tennessee Titans after his game-clinching interception last Sunday, according to multiple reports.

Peters was fined for “physical actions directed at the Tennessee bench.”

After intercepting Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill to preserve Baltimore’s 20-13 victory in the AFC wild-card round, Peters went into celebratory mode and he and more than a dozen of his teammates went to Tennessee’s midfield logo and stomped on it. Peters then placed the ball on the logo and screamed at the Titans’ bench.

According to the NFL Network, Peters was the only Baltimore player fined.

The fine is the second in recent weeks for Peters. The three-time Pro Bowl selection was docked $12,500 for unsportsmanlike conduct last month for spitting in the direction of Cleveland Browns receiver Jarvis Landry.

Landry called Peters a “coward” after learning of the incident.

The Ravens visit the Buffalo Bills on Saturday in the divisional playoffs. Peters’ last visit to Buffalo was also costly.

After Baltimore recorded a 24-17 victory in December of 2019, Peters jumped into stands and drank a fan’s beer. The NFL later fined him $14,037 for unsportsmanlike conduct.

Peters, 28, had four interceptions in the regular season and has 31 in 91 career games with the Kansas City Chiefs (2015-17), Los Angeles Rams (2018-19) and Ravens (2019-20).

CHIEFS NEWS

NFL NEWS

Ravens QB Jackson injured, will not return vs. Bills

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson departed Saturday night’s playoff game against the Buffalo Bills and will not return.

Jackson was hurt on the final play of the third quarter with Baltimore trailing 17-3. The Ravens said Jackson was in the concussion protocol and ruled him out for the rest of the game.

Jackson completed 14 of 24 passes for 162 yards and one interception and rushed for 34 yards on nine carries. His interception was returned 101 yards for a touchdown by Taron Johnson in the third quarter.

Jackson was injured after chasing a poor snap by center Patrick Mekari and wildly throwing the ball out of bounds from his own 2-yard line. He landed hard on the turf and needed help from the training staff and was taken to the locker room for evaluation.

Rookie Tyler Huntley replaced Jackson. Huntley threw five regular-season passes.

Packers carve up Rams to reach NFC title game

Aaron Rodgers threw for 296 yards and two touchdowns on Saturday, including the game-clinching 58-yard strike to Allen Lazard, as the top-seeded Green Bay Packers advanced to the NFC championship game with a 32-18 win over the visiting Los Angeles Rams.

Rodgers and Lazard hooked up for the big play off play-action with 6:52 left in the game, the capper of a game where Green Bay’s top-ranked offense whipped Los Angeles’ top-ranked defense. The Packers gained 484 yards, scoring on their first five possessions and controlling the ball for 36:12.

Rodgers completed 23 of 36 passes and also ran for a score. Green Bay will host either the Tampa Bay Buccaneers or New Orleans Saints, who play on Sunday in New Orleans, on January 24 with a spot in the Super Bowl at stake.

The sixth-seeded Rams drew within 25-18 late in the third quarter on Cam Akers’ powerful 7-yard run and a two-point conversion, but couldn’t produce the equalizer on a day in which they totaled just 244 yards.

Jared Goff hit 21 of 27 passes for 174 yards and a touchdown for Los Angeles. Goff, playing with a thumb injury that kept him out of the starting lineup for last week’s wild-card win in Seattle, absorbed four sacks.

Mason Crosby’s 24-yard field goal with 8:39 left in the first quarter initiated the scoring. After Matt Gay drilled a 37-yarder just over four minutes later for the Rams, the Packers chewed up nearly eight minutes on a drive that ended with Rodgers’ 1-yard touchdown pass to Davante Adams.

Rodgers capped the next march with a 1-yard run, using a pump fake to get Leonard Floyd out of position to make a tackle, to make it 16-3 with 3:29 remaining in the half. Los Angeles pulled within 16-10 on Goff’s 4-yard scoring strike to Van Jefferson 29 seconds before halftime.

But Green Bay came up with the half’s last word, driving 54 yards to set up Crosby for a 39-yard field goal as time expired to give it a 19-10 advantage at intermission.

Report: Steelers to promote QBs coach Matt Canada to OC

The Pittsburgh Steelers are expected to promote quarterbacks coach Matt Canada to offensive coordinator, NFL Network reported on Saturday.

Canada would take the role available after the Steelers elected against renewing the contract of Randy Fichtner on Thursday.

The 48-year-old Canada, who joined the Steelers in 2020, reportedly interviewed with the Miami Dolphins for their offensive coordinator position after Chan Gailey retired.

Canada has spent 25 years coaching in multiple offensive roles at the collegiate level with Indiana, Butler, Northern Illinois, Wisconsin, Pittsburgh, LSU and NC State. He also served as the interim head coach with Maryland in 2018, posting a 5-7 record.

Fichtner, 57, coached the wide receivers from 2007-09 and quarterbacks from 2010-17 before taking over as the offensive coordinator in 2018.

The Steelers started 11-0 before losing four of their last five regular-season games in 2020. The Pittsburgh offense ranked 12th in scoring, 15th in passing yards and 32nd (last) in rushing yards.

Reports: Ravens CB Marcus Peters fined $15K for taunting

Baltimore Ravens cornerback Marcus Peters was fined $15,000 for taunting the Tennessee Titans after his game-clinching interception last Sunday, according to multiple reports.

Peters was fined for “physical actions directed at the Tennessee bench.”

After intercepting Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill to preserve Baltimore’s 20-13 victory in the AFC wild-card round, Peters went into celebratory mode and he and more than a dozen of his teammates went to Tennessee’s midfield logo and stomped on it. Peters then placed the ball on the logo and screamed at the Titans’ bench.

According to the NFL Network, Peters was the only Baltimore player fined.

The fine is the second in recent weeks for Peters. The three-time Pro Bowl selection was docked $12,500 for unsportsmanlike conduct last month for spitting in the direction of Cleveland Browns receiver Jarvis Landry.

Landry called Peters a “coward” after learning of the incident.

The Ravens visit the Buffalo Bills on Saturday in the divisional playoffs. Peters’ last visit to Buffalo was also costly.

After Baltimore recorded a 24-17 victory in December of 2019, Peters jumped into stands and drank a fan’s beer. The NFL later fined him $14,037 for unsportsmanlike conduct.

Peters, 28, had four interceptions in the regular season and has 31 in 91 career games with the Kansas City Chiefs (2015-17), Los Angeles Rams (2018-19) and Ravens (2019-20).