St. Louis Circuit Court Judge Christopher McGraugh on Wednesday, fined four NFL team owners for failing to comply with his July order to turn over financial information as part of a contentious lawsuit the City of St. Louis filed over the move by the Rams football team to Los Angeles.The Court fined New York Giants owner John Mara $8,000, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones $6,000, and ordered Clark Hunt of the Kansas City Chiefs and Robert Kraft of the New England Patriots to pay $5,000 each. All four also were ordered to pay a total of $25,000 in fees to the plaintiff’s attorneys, according to the court order.
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