I am sure all Chargers fans from across the nation were sickened by the accusations made against them for using “Sticky Towels. Today the NFL has announced no wrong doing by the San Diego Chargers and are being forced to pay a $20,000 fine.
The Chargers must pay a $20,000 penalty for an equipment staff member failing to comply with the authority of a game official at the team’s Oct. 15 game against the Broncos.
Below is a clip from our article on (“Sticky Gate”)
The San Diego Chargers have been accused of cheating during last Monday nights game against the Denver Broncos. NFL on Fox reporter Jay Glazer reported that the Chargers trainer brought out hand towels filled with illegal “stick-um”. The official tweet can be seen lower in this article. The San Diego Chargers PR staff who have had a horrible week harassing the fans with the article entitled take a chill pill once again deleted their comments on this incident. They have since released this generic statement, “We are aware of inquiry and cooperating fully with the League.”
— FOX SPORTS: NFL (@NFLONFOX) October 21, 2012
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