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Dallas Cowboys, 2 Other Teams Fined for OTA Violations

The NFL returning to a closer sense of normal after being all virtual a year ago was a great step for the league, though certain rules and restrictions are still in place. The nature of the violations that three teams committed is unknown, but the league announced Thursday that the Cowboys along with the Jaguars and 49ers were all fined.

The Cowboys fine costs the organization $100,000, and Mike McCarthy $50,000. This same goes for the 49ers and Kyle Shanahan, while new Jacksonville HC was fined $100,000 and the team $200,000.

In-person offseason work is particular important for teams that either introduced new staffs during the , or are doing so currently. This describes both the Cowboys and Jaguars, generating a buzz out of their with everything from the return of to the introduction of Trevor Lawrence in the AFC.

The Cowboys declined to comment further on the situation. Their training camp will begin from Oxnard, California on July 21st with an opening and the first practice on Thursday the 22nd.

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Sean Martin

Written by Sean Martin

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  1. Too much contact/hitting too soon is the usual transgression. Young guys feeling their oats and forgetting they’re supposed to be learning at that stage, not trying to knock each other out. I can’t remember news of any fights, but that usually draws fines like these, too.

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