Bears cornerback Jaylon Johnson was fined for being late to a team meeting and might be fined again for complaining about hit publicly.
The Bears cornerback took to social media to share a letter that was sent to him informing him that he had been fined because he showed up one minute late to a meeting.
On the post, the cornerback claimed that he was only late by a minute, entering the building as it turned 8:16 AM.
Matt Nagy, who signed the letter, was asked about the fine and Johnson’s posting it to social media.
“That’s news to me,” said the head coach when asked about the cornerback’s Instagram post. “But at the same point and time, I’ll be able to talk to him and see what that’s all about.
“But Jaylon’s been doing great and, again, for what it is and where we’re at, I’ll be able to discuss it with him.”
Johnson started 13 games last season before an injury ended his season, making 44 tackles while defending 15 passes.
Johnson has started all six games in 2021, making his first career interception against the Bengals in Week 2. He’s made 16 tackles with six pass defended.