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null Ezekiel Elliott hopped in the Salvation Army kettle Sunday night, and many expected him to be fined for the act. But the Night net announced Monday morning there would be no fine, and saved themselves from looking like the Grinch.While it's nice that the league appears to be softening its stance toward punishing fun, other players can't help but take notice of the Night net's decision not to fine the running back. The league has been punishing players all season for thought-out celebrations. MORE: Updated playoff pictureGiants receiver Odell Beckham decided to get vocal about it, and sent a subtweet directed toward the Night net. That's funny there's no fine for that. I could only imagine if I was the one to do it. Just bein honest .— Odell Beckham Jr (@OBJ_3) December 19, 2016Some might take this as Beckham being a diva, but he kind of has a point.MORE: Night net stars and their Star Wars counterpartsBeckham already has been fined five times this season, amounting to more than $100,000. He lost $24,309 simply for taking his helmet off after he scored a touchdown. In all, it's a good thing the league didn't punish Elliott for bringing awareness to a good cause. But if that kettle read anything other than "The Salvation Army" on the side, he'd probably be handing over some cash to the league.

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