Tom Brady’s season is over following the loss by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to the Dallas Cowboys in the Wild Card Round of the playoffs. However, Brady is still dealing with one issue from that loss.

During the game, Brady threw an interception that was picked off by Malik Hooker. While Hooker was returning the interception, Brady slid to try and trip — but missed — Hooker.

For the attempted tripping, Brady has been fined $16,444, a punishment the quarterback announced he will be appealing during Monday’s “Let’s Go!” radio show. Brady also explained why he’s appealing the fine and his wishes for a stronger NFLPA in place:

“I’m a little disappointed, though, because I tried to tackle [Hooker] with my right shoulder and missed him,” Brady said per JoeBucsFan.com. “And I wasn’t going to try to stick my arm out, so I was trying to get him on the ground. I missed him completely. I didn’t even hit him. I tried to trip him but I didn’t. So, I don’t know how you can get fined for something that didn’t even happen. Are they fining an intention? It’s like targeting and you miss the person you hit, and they still call it targeting. So, I got to figure out and understand why this is the case. This is why I wish our NFLPA was stronger.”

We’ll see what becomes of Brady’s appeal as fans also wait to find out if the longtime quarterback is done with the NFL or decides to return for another season.