LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The NFL has hit Las Vegas Raiders Coach Jon Gruden with a $100K fine for not wearing a mask during Monday night’s game in Las Vegas, according to multiple media reports.
Gruden admitted that he was not wearing a mask for the entire game during a press conference after the game, which the Las Vegas Raiders won against the New Orleans Saints.
Gruden also admitted during the press conference last night that he had been a victim of the novel coronavirus.
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The team was also fined $250K.
Fines so far for violating the rules of face coverings:— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) September 22, 2020
Broncos, 49ers, Seahawks, Saints, Raiders $250,000 each
Vic Fangio, Kyle Shanahan, Pete Carroll, Sean Payton, Jon Gruden $100,000 each
Week 1 was warnings. Week 2 was fines. Week 3 ... we'll see. https://t.co/f3yoY4j4we
According to the NFL, they have doled out $1.75 million in total fines for Week 2 violations related to wearing face coverings in the bench area.
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Other coaches and teams fined reportedly includes coaches Sean Payton, Vic Fangio, Klye Shanahan and Vic Fangio. Teams fined include Broncos, 49ers, Seahawks and Saints.