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NFL fined Jacksonville Jaguars linebackers Devin Lloyd and Foy Oluokun for their play in the team’s 34-3 loss to 49ers in Week 10

Devin Lloyd and Foy Oluokun, who played in Week 10 against the 49ers, were fined.

Jacksonville Jaguars linebackers Devin Lloyd and Foy Oluokun were fined by the NFL for their play in the team’s 34-3 loss to the San Francisco 49ers in Week 10.

Lloyd was fined $10,927 for a mask-wearing penalty late in the first half.

Oluokun was fined an even higher amount of $16,391 for unnecessary roughness when he sacked 49ers quarterback Brock Purdy in the third quarter (his second sack of the game). Ta).

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No penalty was imposed for the actions for which Oluokun was fined.

It’s also worth noting that Jaguars guard Brandon Schaaf was not fined at one point, but 49ers defensive lineman Arik Armstead called it a “dirty play.”

Prior to Week 10, the Jaguars had only been fined twice in the first nine weeks for game-related violations: Jeremiah Ledbetter’s hit on Josh Allen of the Buffalo Bills in Week 5; Adam Gosis had a hit in Week 8 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Kenny Pickett.

Both matches were played without penalties.
Within 10 weeks, fines were issued for a total of 280 games across the NFL.

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