The NFL has fined Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph for his part in the incident against the Cleveland Browns.
The whole game check for Rudolph, whose yearly base salary is $658,267 represents not more than the fine.
Rudolph was not suspended because of his involvement in the episode, which included Browns defensive end Myles Garrett ripping the helmet and hitting him with it.
Garrett claimed a racial slur was used by Rudolph, though the NFL said it found no evidence of that.
Garrett has been suspended forever, his Browns teammate Larry Ogunjobi was prohibited only one game after receiving a ban, and Steelers offensive lineman Maurkice Pouncey was suspended for 2.