If Cam Newton has a subscription to Forbes he's probably going to think about canceling it after this week. Newton was fined $10000 by the NFL on Friday for wearing unapproved Under Armour visor clips on his helmet.

The Carolina Panthers quarterback has worn the clips since his rookie year in 2011 -- a total of 35 games -- but he wasn't fined until this week when Forbes pointed out the visor clips in an article that was published on Sept. 24.

The Under Armour logo was blacked out on the clips but it was still a violation of the league's uniform policy. Nike is the league's official uniform apparel partner and is paying the NFL $1.1 billion through 2016 so that players don't wear Under Armour visor clips or any other company's visor clips or any other company's anything.