The Miami Dolphins center wasn't ejected for punching the helmet of Buccaneers defensive lineman Akeem Spence, but he was fined for his ill behavior in Monday night's 22-19 loss to Tampa Bay.
NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Friday that Pouncey was docked $7,875 for the swipe, which drew an unnecessary roughness flag and added to an ugly month for Miami.
Here's the rest of this week's fines, per Rapoport:
» In the same game, Dolphins linebacker Philip Wheeler was fined $21,000 for roughing the passer after he struck Bucs quarterback Mike Glennon in the head and neck area.
»Bernard Pollard, like clockwork, is back on this list. The Titans safety was fined $15,750 for unnecessary roughness, the result of throttling Chad Henne as the Jacksonville quarterback was sliding to a stop. Four separate hits have now cost Pollard $67,750 on the season, per The Tennessean.
»Bengals defensive end Carlos Dunlap was fined $15,750 for a horse-collar tackle in Sunday's overtime loss to the Baltimore Ravens.
»Falcons safety William Moore was slapped with a $22,050 charge for striking a defenseless player in the head area in Atlanta's loss to Seattle. For the Seahawks, defensive end Michael Bennett was slapped with a $15,750 fine for roughing the passer after he hit Matt Ryan below the knees.
»Lions defensive lineman Nick Fairley was fined $15,750 for throwing an opponent to the ground in Detroit's road win over the Chicago Bears. Also for the Lions, pass rusher Willie Young was fined $15,750 for roughing the passer.
»Packers outside linebacker Clay Matthews was hit with a $15,750 bill for roughing the passer in Green Bay's loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.
» Dallas Cowboys linebacker Bruce Carter netted a $15,750 fine for a horse-collar tackle against the New Orleans Saints.
»St. Louis Rams cornerback Trumaine Johnson was docked $7,875 for a throat-slash gesture against the Indianapolis Colts.
» Charles Tillman has been lost to short-term injured reserve with a triceps injury. Adding insult to injury, the league fined the Bears cornerback $7,875 for grabbing an opponent by the facemask in the loss to Detroit.
» Last but not least, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was zapped $7,875 for grabbing an opponent by the facemask in Sunday's loss to the Carolina Panthers. Tsk-tsk, sir.