CFL fines Stamps' Nik Lewis for criticism of officiating

The CFL fined Calgary Stampeders receiver Nik Lewis on Wednesday for using social media to criticize league officials. Lewis was fined an undisclosed amount for tweeting critical comments about the officiating during Calgary's 27-13 win over the Edmonton Eskimos on Friday night.

Comments came via Twitter after Calgary's win over the Eskimos Friday

Calgary Stampeders' Nik Lewis has been fined by the CFL for using social media to criticize league officials. Lewis is currently injured. (Darryl Dyck/Canadian Press)

The CFL fined Calgary Stampeders receiver Nik Lewis on Wednesday for using social media to criticize league officials.

Lewis was fined an undisclosed amount for tweeting critical comments about the officiating during Calgary's 27-13 win over the Edmonton Eskimos on Friday night.

Lewis is currently out with a leg injury and didn't dress for the contest.

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