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T.J. Ward was the player fined $1,760….


Ward seems to confirm he was the one with a tweet from Monday that read: got my first fine. That won’t ever happen again.

He didn’t specify what it was for. The fine was first revealed by fellow rookie defensive back Joe Haden, who tweeted on Monday that someone received the fine for the phone going off. Haden’s tweet came just hours after coach Eric Mangini talked to the team about being careful with tweets because of Brandon McDonald’s obnoxious post aimed at Terrell Owens.

Haden apologized to Mangini Tuesday for airing team laundry. “I need to make sure I don’t reveal what’s going on inside the locker room,” said Haden. “I apologized and he said we were going to move on.”

Haden said he didn’t know if he’d get fined for his tweet.

Mangini chuckled when asked about it. “I think our social media policy is a work in progress. I know we’re ironing it out. Sometime with ironing you have to apply a little steam.”

He said he’ll sit down with Browns President Mike Holmgren and general manager Tom Heckert and work out some guidelines.

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