The Tennessee Titans are expected to be fined six points this week for violations of the COVID-19 protocol – a result of a review by the NFL and the NFL Players’ Association that have now turned their attention to the flaws surrounding several positive COVID cases. Las Vegas Riders.
Sources say the Titans will be fined $ 300,000 or $ 350,000, including clear communications about incidents of failing to comply with the requirements for wearing masks and exercise outside the facility. No individual will face discipline, including Tennessee general manager John Robinson and head coach Mike Wrabpel. Despite the 24 positive COVID cases that contributed to many of the disruptions in the league table, the Titans avoided harsh penalties threatened in calls and memos to clubs such as League threats or lost draft selections.
The Titans fully cooperated in the review, provided documentation and video and helped facilitate interviews for a source. The review found that the club devoted significant time and resources to complying with COVID-19 protocols in the office and later made further changes to the facility. The league sent the findings to the team on Monday.
On the same day, the Raiders put Rookie Cornerback Damon Arnett on the Reserve / Covit-19 list after a positive test over the weekend. Then, on Wednesday morning, Trent Brown positively tested the Raiders’ correct approach, setting up a contact-tracking trip that kept the other four starting attackers out of practice for the rest of the week and on defense. Jonathan Abram Rejected for today’s match against Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Raiders are now in line for potential discipline after the NFL and NFLPA discovered that Brown was no longer wearing his Kinexon contact-tracking device, and he and the other opening attackers assembled practically without a face mask, even when needed Because the team is in the league’s vice extreme ethics.
If the riders are fined, theirs will be harder than most because of their previous history. Riders head coach John Crohn has been fined $ 250,000 for not wearing a sidelined mask, and $ 50,000 for an unauthorized person in their post game locker room, and several players have been fined for not wearing a mask at an indoor charity event.
Center Rodney Hudson, guards Cape Jackson and Denzelle Good and left-hander Golden Miller were activated from the Reserve / Covit-19 list on Saturday and will be allowed to play against the Bucks if they come up with a negative COVID test result on Sunday morning. Their last revelation for Brown was Monday, the sixth day of Sunday and allowed the ethics to be destroyed. According to one source, Abram went shoe shopping with Brown on Tuesday – a quick visit to a store that was closed to the public, but it was enough to dismiss him as NFL medical experts assuming he was in close contact.
When examining NFL / NFLPA riders these are the key questions: Were there issues that a coach or administrator could control? If people were not wearing masks on the field, who could have corrected the behavior? Were there previously unknown ethical violations? All key figures – including the players involved – are interviewed for exclusions.
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