Report: 49ers, Cowboys, Jaguars fined for OTA violations

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The NFL is fining the San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys, and Jacksonville Jaguars for violations committed during organized team activities, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Jacksonville earned the biggest fine, receiving a $200,000 penalty, while head coach Urban Meyer was docked $100,000, according to Schefter. San Francisco and Dallas were each fined $100,000, and respective bench bosses Kyle Shanahan and Mike McCarthy were ordered to pay $50,000 each.

On top of the fines, the Jaguars must forfeit two OTA practices next offseason, while the Cowboys will lose one OTA practice, Schefter adds.

The nature of the violations is not yet known.

The voluntary nine-week offseason program began in April and continued into June. Live contact was not permitted during that time.

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Report: 49ers, Cowboys, Jaguars fined for OTA violations
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