Montreal Alouettes defensive backs Tommie Campbell, Jarnor Jones and Calgary Stampeders linebacker Wynton McManis were each fined for their role in the Week 10 pre-game altercation at McMahon Stadium.
What if one of his punches actually hit and knocked me out. Would there be any discipline or investigations on me. https://t.co/e5u5F2VJz5
— T.C Campbell (@Tommie_Campbell) August 19, 2019
Don’t like the word retaliate. I was defending my self. Plus retaliate means he got a hit in or something https://t.co/LlEAOd2li6
— T.C Campbell (@Tommie_Campbell) August 18, 2019
Campbell and McManis, who didn’t play in the game due to injury, got into it during warmups. As the video shows, the two threw punches. That brought the teams together at midfield and more blows.
Played in game. I see those refs see good. pic.twitter.com/Xw58bIDaQh
— (Jon)ny Foozball (@jonathanwhudson) August 18, 2019
Jones caught Calgary running back Don Jackson with a right hand. There were no penalties or ejections prior to the thrilling double overtime contest as the Als won for the first time at McMahon Stadium since 2009.
Campbell got the best of his former team in Week 10, but the league office had the last say on punishment.