SHOCKING NEWS: Patriots Christian Barmore, DT. allegedly fined on…

The hit on Bills quarterback Josh Allen by Patriots’ Christian Barmore cost him $13,000.

Christian Barmore, a defensive tackle for the New England Patriots, was fined $12,913 for hitting Josh Allen, the quarterback for the Buffalo Bills, during the fourth quarter of their Week 7 matchup last year.


Barmore was flagged for roughing the throw on the second-and-3 play from the Bills’ 44-yard line with 6:41 remaining, so the fine is not shocking.

The New England Patriots’ defensive end Christian Barmore was fined $12,913 for slapping Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen in the fourth quarter of their Week 7 game the previous season.

The fine is not surprising because Barmore was called for roughing the throw on the second-and-3 play from the Bills’ 44-yard line with 6:41 left.

Bills against New England were not punished.


Patriots place DT Christian Barmore on IR with knee injury

Due to a knee injury, Christian Barmore, a second-year defensive tackle for the New England Patriots, was unexpectedly placed on injured reserve on Friday.

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The Patriots (5-4) were coming off a bye, and Barmore, a 2021 second-round selection from the University of Alabama, had missed the previous three games. This gave rise to optimism that he would make a comeback in time for Sunday’s crucial home game against the New York Jets (6-3).

However, Barmore seemed to experience a setback early in the week. He participated in practice quite somewhat on Wednesday and Thursday before missing Friday’s session.

The 6-foot-5, 310-pound Barmore participated in every game and finished with 46 tackles, 1.5 sacks, and nine quarterback hits before being selected to the Pro Football Writers of America All-Rookie Team in 2021.

He has accumulated 15 tackles, 1 sack, and 3 quarterback hits in six games this season. His ability to rush passes inside has perhaps been his most valuable contribution to the squad. He has also been a reliable backup to starters Lawrence Guy and Davon Godchaux when it comes to stopping the run.

The interior rush job has been handled by fourth-year tackle Daniel Ekuale in his absence, and veteran Carl Davis Jr. has provided depth in run-first situations.

Barmore won’t be able to return to action until the Patriots’ trip to the Las Vegas Raiders on December 18, at the latest. Kody Russey, an undrafted rookie center who attended Houston for his college career, was signed to take his place on the 53-man roster.

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