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San Diego Chargers safety Eric Weddle was fined by the team after he stayed on the field during halftime of a game to watch his daughter perform a dance routine. 

Weddle's agent David Canter said the team docked his client $10,000 for his actions during halftime of the team's game against Miami on Dec. 20. 

Canter said he was going to keep the fine private, but decided to go public after the team said that Weddle and other injured players would not travel with the team to Denver for the final game of the season. 

"If you do bad things to good people, you deserve to have your dirty laundry aired in the limelight," Canter told The Associated Press. "Eric's done nothing but give nine years to the Chargers' organization; his heart, his soul, his body."

Canter also tore into the organization, whose owner may move the franchise to L.A., on Twitter Monday. 

Weddle is not expected to remain with the team after his contract expires at the end of the season. 

The team reportedly objected because the three-time Pro Bowler did not tell coaches he would be staying on the field and their rule is that all players must be in the locker room at halftime.

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