Meyer, jags among those fined for OTA violations

The NFL has issued a fine Jacksonville Jaguars, the San Francisco 49ers and the Dallas Cowboys for violations of organized team activities.

The following is a breakdown of the fines, sources shared with ESPN’s Adam Schefter:

  • The Jaguars were fined $ 200,000 and coach Urban Meyer was fined $ 100,000

  • The 49ers were fined $ 100,000 and coach Kyle Shanahan was fined $ 50,000

  • The cowboys were fined $ 100,000 and trainer Mike McCarthy was fined $ 50,000

Other penalties, sources said Schefter, include the NFL board of directors ordering the 49ers to cancel the last week of OTAs last month.

Cowboys were ordered to forego OTA training during the first week of the 2022 offseason and the Jaguars were ordered to forego two OTA training during the first week of the 2022 offseason, sources told Schefter.

The Jaguars said in a statement that the club “is vigilant in practicing within the CBA rules and will re-emphasize the off-season training rules in terms of contact. We look forward to the start of training camp later this month.”

In a statement, the 49ers said: “The health and safety of our players is our top priority and we take compliance with league rules very seriously. We will continue to work with the NFL and NFLPA to ensure compliance. “

ESPN’s Nick Wagoner, Todd Archer and Michael DiRocco contributed to this report.

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