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New Orleans Saints linebacker Demario Davis spoke about the NFL fine he received for wearing a black belt with "Man of God" written in gold letters in week 3.
"I don't think many people were aware of the policy that was in place – I wasn't even fully aware of it," Davis told the Times-Picayune. "I just wanted to publicize and just help fans who care about the game understand a more complex part of the game."
Published in Davis a photo of the track for Instagram account explaining that the NFL fined him $ 7,000 for using it and asked his followers, "Should I keep using it?"
The cap violates the league's "personal message" policy under its uniform restrictions. If Davis had worn the headband a second time after the first fine, he would have been hit with a $ 14,000 fine. This prevented him from wearing the track in Sunday's Sunday 12-10 win over the Dallas Cowboys.
"Of course you don't want to be fined," Davis told the newspaper about the fine that came after the Seattle Seahawks game. “No one wants to lose money, but I think whenever the conversation about God starts, especially in those times, I think it's always a positive or positive thing. If he can get glory from it, I think he can get glory from it, whether I personally wear the headband or not. He will always be in control of the whole situation. We're still all fine.
Now Davis hopes to sell the bandanas and donate the money to a Christian charity. He added: "I hope to spread where fans can use it and I can use it through them."
Davis has recorded 28 total tackles, two defeat tackles and one quarterback in four matches this season.