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Replays of the affectionate exchange between coach Brian Billick and New England Patriots safety Rodney Harrison in the fourth quarter of Monday night's game seemed to have surprised Billick.

To recap: After Patriots safety James Sanders intercepted a Kyle Boller pass at New England's goal line, Harrison unleashed some words to Billick about Boller. Billick blew three kisses at Harrison as he ran back to the Patriots' sideline.

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Yesterday, Billick addressed the matter.

"I've been fined for some of the alternative, particularly in the tone and manner that he was addressing us," Billick said. "It was a way of saying, 'OK. That's fine. We love you, and you can kiss my backside.' But that was the moment, and I think it was harmless enough."

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