RG3 has been fined by the N(ike)FL for improper post-game attire
The NFL is sponsored by Nike, and apparently all pre-game and post-game attire must be official Nike gear.
RG3 wore an Adidas t-shirt for the post-game news conference on Sunday, and that resulted in a $10,000 fine.
Adidas will most likely pony up the cash, since this is just more publicity for them, and all press is good press when it involves an exceptional athlete like RG3 wearing your products.
The first time he got reprimanded was when he covered up the Nike logo on his practice tee and wrote "heart" over it.
Do you think the NFL should be allowed to dictate even what the players wear AFTER the games? RG3 could have worn a goofy shirt like Russell Westbrook does after NBA games, and it wouldn't have been an issue, no matter what brand it is. Why can't he show his sponsor some love?