The play was unpenalized, but it resulted in the largest known fine for an individual on-field play since 2019. Raiders teammate Johnathan Abrams got an $80,000 fine in 2020 but that was for multiple hits in a game against Atlanta.
Perryman’s tackling attempt occurred on a Hurts rushing attempt in the first quarter.
Use-of-helmet fines are $20,600 for a first offense and $41,200 for a second offense, according to the NFL football operations site, which does not list the fine for a third offense.
Perryman’s agent, Ron Butler, is appealing.
Perryman is having a strong season for Las Vegas, ranking third in the NFL with 91 tackles. The Carolina Panthers signed Perryman to a two-year, $6 million contract in March but traded him to Las Vegas, where he reunited with defensive coordinator Gus Bradley from their Los Angeles Chargers days.