"I think it's bull, the way they're doing it. The thing I don't like about it is, if they say it, you pay the fine. That's all there is to it," Urlacher reportedly explained. "And I don't know who makes the decision. I don't know if there's one guy, two guys, but I don't think it's fair. I think we should have a panel of guys who look at those hits and go over them."
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison was fined $25,000 on Tuesday for a hit on Buffalo quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. He has been fined four times this season totaling $125,000.
Urlacher went on to say that he thinks the money is "outrageous," suggesting that there should be different levels of fines. He has not been fined this season.
The league announced in October that they will start suspending players for dangerous hits.