Jadeveon Clowney hit 'may not even result in a fine'

The NFL is reviewing the hit Seahawks defensive end Jadeveon Clowney put on Carson Wentz in Sunday's Wildcard Playoff game, according to Tom Pelissero. Pelissero reports the hit, "May not even result in a fine."

The NFL is reviewing #Seahawks DE Jadeveon Clowney’s hit on #Eagles QB Carson Wentz for a possible fine, I’m told. No suspension and may not even result in a fine. Clowney wasn’t flagged on the play, which took Wentz out of Sunday’s playoff game with a concussion.

— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) January 7, 2020

The hit came in the first quarter, as Clowney made helmet-to-helmet contact with Wentz, knocking him out of the game. 

Here’s the hit from Clowney that knocked Wentz out of the game. Wentz is questionable to return. -- pic.twitter.com/Zp4RgGPsoD

— SPORTSRADIO 94WIP (@SportsRadioWIP) January 5, 2020

There was no flag on the play and the Eagles went on to lose the game 17-9, infuarating the fan base

After the game, Clowney, according to USA Today, called Philadelphia fans the "worst fans in the world" and that "there might be death threats" because of the hits. 
Wentz posted on Instagram on Monday morning saying he'll be fine.