Browns QB Deshaun Watson fined $35K for gun celebration, unnecessary roughness

Browns' Watson escapes punishment for pushing official.

The 28-year-old incurred numerous disciplinary incidents, leading to fines totaling $35,513, as reported by multiple sources.

Watson received one of the three fines for a "violent gesture" made while celebrating a touchdown in the third quarter, reported by NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

Both he and tight end David Njoku mimicked shooting motions, resulting in fines of $13,659 each for their actions.

The remaining two fines stemmed from unnecessary roughness violations, with Watson penalized for separate facemask infractions during the game.

esides the 1-1 record, he faced two penalties, resulting in fines, threw an opening-play interception for a touchdown, and had two fumbles.

Watson's fines aside, the league issued interesting sanctions, including a $48,333 fine to Pittsburgh Steelers' Jaylen Warren for a game incident.

The league argues he should have been penalized for helmet misuse, as he lowered his head when running, per NFL Network's Tom Pelissero.

The NFL reportedly didn't fine Minkah Fitzpatrick for the hit on Nick Chubb's knee, which ended his season but appeared legal.