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Sport NFL fines Raiders players for COVID violation at charity event

02:35  06 october  2020
02:35  06 october  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

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NFL Network first reported the fine . This is the second time this season the Raiders have been sanctioned by the league for violating COVID -19 protocols. The NFL is also looking into the conduct of several Raiders players from a charity event held by tight end Darren Waller on Sept.

NFL Network first reported the fine . This is the second time this season the Raiders have been sanctioned by the league for violating COVID -19 protocols. The NFL is also looking into the conduct of several Raiders players from a charity event held by tight end Darren Waller on Sept.

After already fining the Las Vegas Raiders twice for COVID-19 violations, the NFL is now imposing discipline on multiple Raiders’ players for attending teammate Darren Waller’s charity event without masks.

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The league launched an investigation last week after multiple Raiders’ players, including quarterback Derek Carr, were photographed without masks at The Darren Waller Foundation charity event in Henderson, Nev. On Monday, the NFL levied fines against all players who were at the fundraiser without masks.

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It’s just Week 3 and the Raiders are already no stranger to being disciplined by the NFL for COVID -19 protocol violations . During Monday night’s game, head coach Jon Gruden wasn’t consistently wearing his mask around his Raiders players shown at charity event without masks. The Associated Press.

According to NFL Network, Waller is being fined $30,000 for hosting a charity event where masks weren’t required. While he will receive the biggest fine, he isn’t the only Raiders’ player who will be writing a sizable check to the NFL.

Carr was reportedly fined $15,000 for attending the fundraiser without a face covering. Several of his teammates each received word that they will owe the NFL $10,000 for violating the league’s COVID-19 policy.

Before the season began, the NFL released guidelines for all players to follow during the COVID-19 pandemic. The league specifically outlined that personnel could be fined for attending mass gatherings without masks and it followed through with its disciplinary action on Monday.

While the charity event occurred before the Tennessee Titans’ COVID-19 outbreak, the league’s decision not to grant any leniency might have been impacted by it. The NFL already postponed two games this week, with the Kansas City Chiefs and New England Patriots set to play tonight, highlighting the dangers of playing during a health crisis.

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NFL Network first reported the fine . This is the second time this season the Raiders have been sanctioned by the league for violating COVID -19 protocols. The NFL is also looking into the conduct of several Raiders players from a charity event held by tight end Darren Waller on Sept.

Report: NFL investigating Raiders for violating COVID -19 protocols. It’s just Week 3 and the Raiders are already no stranger to being disciplined by the NFL for COVID -19 protocol violations . During Monday night’s game, head coach Jon Gruden wasn’t consistently wearing his mask around


Video: Gruden addresses issue over charity event (NBC Sports)

On Monday, the NFL held a conference call with coaches and executives from every team to emphasize the importance of accountability and sticking to safety protocols. Meanwhile, the league is also working with the NFL Players Association on an investigation into the Titans’ outbreak.

Moving forward, all options are on the table to preserve the 2020 season. Among the possibilities, creating multiple bubbles to host teams for the rest of the year and adding Week 18 to the schedule to allow for potential makeup games.

This won’t be the last time an NFL team or player is disciplined. In fact, given head coach Jon Gruden was spotted not wearing his mask properly on the sidelines in Week 4, he could face even harsher discipline from the league.

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Maskless Raiders players attend crowded indoor event as COVID -19 strikes NFL . Video surfaced Monday night of Raiders players at the charity event hosted by tight end Darren Waller. The absence of COVID -19 safety protocols presents potential violations of both Nevada restrictions and

NFL Network first reported the fine . This is the second time this season the Raiders have been sanctioned by the league for violating COVID -19 protocols. The NFL is also looking into the conduct of several Raiders players from a charity event held by tight end Darren Waller on Sept.

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If something like the Titans’ situation happened in the playoffs, with dozens of COVID-19 cases, it’s hard to imagine a sensible way to work around it. Jones and Kaplan also make it seem like a Week 18 is inevitable at this point, with some games being pushed into early January. Once teams have already had their bye weeks it will be nearly impossible to move things around like the NFL did this past week, and one source said it’s a matter of when, not if, there becomes a Week 18.

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