The NFL has actually fined coaches and teams $1.75 million up until now this season for failing to abide by mask requirements aimed at stopping the spread of the coronavirus.And on Friday,
the league sent a memo advising groups of the rules ahead of Week 3.
“All people, other than for active gamers in the bench location, are required to wear face coverings at all times on game day, including on the sidelines and in the coaches’ cubicle,” stated the memo, shared by NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero by means of social media.The memo reiterated that the guideline applies to all non-playing club workers and”highly encouraged “players who didn’t anticipate to substitute into the video game to use masks.Pelissero also reported that the NFL is examining an
unnamed group for allowing unapproved access to the locker space. The NFL’s rigorous COVID-19 protocols limit the non-players and coaches who can get in the locker room.After Week 2 games, the NFL fined Pete Carroll(Seattle Seahawks), Kyle Shanahan(San Francisco 49ers), Vic Fangio(Denver Broncos), Sean Payton(New Orleans Saints)and Jon Gruden(Las Vegas Raiders )$100,000 each for violating the mask policy. Their groups likewise were examined$ 250,000 each.– Field Level Media