PHOTO: Here's a list of what NFL players can be fined for in 2014

A horse collar tackle could cost a player over $16,000 in 2014. (USATSI)
A horse collar tackle could cost a player over $16,000 in 2014. (USATSI)

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If your favorite NFL player picks a fight with another NFL player during a game this year, you won't have guess how much he's going to get fined because there's a chart for that. 

Ben Volin of the Boston Globe tweeted out the NFL's fine chart on Friday and lets just say, illegal chin straps are not going to be tolerated -- wearing the wrong chin strap will cost you $8,268. Also, don't even think about throwing a football into the stands to give a fan a nice souvenir because that will cost you $5,512. 

That fighting we discussed earlier? A player could be hit with a $27,562 fine for starting one of those. 

Excessive profanity also won't be tolerated: Players will be fined $11,025 if they decide they want to use more cuss words than a character in a Quentin Tarantino movie. 

Then there's gang signs. Note to players: DO NOT flash gang signs. Not only can a gang sign lead to a fine, but it could also lead to a suspension. 

You can see the complete list of fines below

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