Source: Titans Fined $350,000 for COVID-19 ViolationsAuthor: Ben PickmanPublish date: Oct 25, 2020

The Tennessee Titans were fined $350,000 for COVID-19 protocol infractions, an NFL spokesperson validated to The MMQB’s Albert Breer.

According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport and Tom Pelissero, the fines obtain from instances in which the group failed to comply with COVID-19 procedure requirements on mask-wearing and inadequate interaction relating to exercises outside the group’s center.

NFL Network also reports that the team completely complied in the NFL’s evaluation. No people were punished and the team will also not deal with any draft-pick penalties, per Breer.

Between September 24 and October 11, the Titans had 24 members of their company test favorable for COVID-19. As an outcome of their favorable tests, the team’s Week 4 video game vs. the Steelers was postponed up until Week 7 and the group’s Week 5 video game against the Expenses was moved from Sunday, October 11 to Tuesday, October 13.

While Tennessee’s center stayed closed during the outbreak, players on the Titans reportedly collected for a group exercise outside of the facility on at least one occasion. Beginning quarterback Ryan Tannehill was among the players present an exercise that occurred at the Nashville-area Montgomery Bell Academy.

The Titans defeated the Bills in the abovementioned Week 5 contest and knocked off the Texans in overtime in Week 6.

On Sunday, the undefeated Titans square off versus the undefeated Steelers. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. ET.