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NFL Fines Player for Wearing 'Man of God' Headband - He Threatens to Keep Wearing It

New Orleans Saints captain Demario Davis vows to 'stand for Christ' despite fine

 on 3rd October 2019 @ 1.00am
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New Orleans Saints captain Demario Davis was fined for wearing a 'Man of God' headband

New Orleans Saints captain Demario Davis was fined roughly $7,000 by the NFL for wearing a headband with “Man of God” written across it during a Week 3 matchup against the Seahawks.

Remaining defiant, Davis posted a picture of his headband on Instagram, asking his followers whether he should continue to wear it or not, despite the threat of more fines if he does so.

“So, I got fined $7K for my headband. Should I continue to wear it, or nah?” he asked.

The fine was issued under the NFL’s rule against players wearing personal messages during games.

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New Orleans Saints captain Demario Davis wore the headband with 'Man of God' written on it

The minimum fine for a second offense would be $14,037, according to

According to Western Journal, Davis is not the first player to face a ridiculous fine over the NFL’s “personal messages” rule.

Steelers defensive end Cameron Heyward was fined over $25,000 for a series of messages on his eye black that was meant to honor his late father.

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Defiant Demario Davis says he may continue to wear the headband, despite the fine

A year later, another Steelers player, running back DeAngelo Williams, was fined nearly $6,000 for the “Find the Cure” message on his eye black.

Williams has lost his mother and four aunts to breast cancer.

Davis, an eighth-year player and Saints captain, has long been outspoken about his faith.

A video posted to Twitter of Davis pumping up his teammates prior to a Week 4 showdown against the Cowboys shows the linebacker wearing a headband with a cross on it.

It’s not clear if the cross headband replaced the “Man of God” one, or whether the NFL would even consider the cross to be a personal message, per its guidelines.

But one thing is clear: It doesn’t sound like he’s going to let the NFL quash his testimony any time soon.

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