Head coach Jon Gruden talks with quarterback Derek Carr #four of the Las Vegas Raiders throughout a timeout within the NFL sport towards the New Orleans Saints at Allegiant Stadium on September 21, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada.Ethan Miller | Getty ImagesThe Nationwide Soccer League issued fines to 2 extra coaches who did not put on masks on the sidelines as required by the league’s Covid-19 protocols, a supply advised CNBC on Tuesday.Head coaches Jon Gruden and Sean Payton appeared on the sidelines not carrying masks throughout Monday night time’s Las Vegas Raiders versus New Orleans Saints contest on ESPN.Each the Raiders and the Saints had been every fined $250,000, a league supply advised CNBC. Gruden and Payton had been every fined $100,000, the supply stated.The NFL didn’t reply to a request for remark by CNBC.After the Raiders defeated the Saints, 34-24, Gruden, who stated he had the virus, advised reporters he is delicate to the matter however would pay any fantastic the NFL issued.ESPN reported Monday the NFL fined three different head coaches $100,000 every for not carrying masks and in addition issued $250,000 fines to the Seattle Seahawks, Denver Broncos, and San Francisco 49ers.Together with the Raiders and Saints, the fines would complete $1.7 million for protocol violations for the NFL heading into Week three of its 2020 season. Further fines might be issued to different coaches and groups, too. Head coach Sean Payton of the New Orleans Saints talks with aspect decide Laird Hayes throughout the first half of the NFL sport towards the Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium on September 21, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada.Ethan Miller | Getty ImagesThough the league exams each gamers and workers weekly, the league nonetheless mandates workforce workers use a protecting masks throughout video games to fight the potential unfold of coronavirus. As of Sept. 16, the NFL reported seven constructive exams, together with two gamers, of 40,479 samples. The NFL stated it had eight constructive exams one week prior.Based on USA Right this moment, Troy Vincent, the NFL’s vp of soccer operations, reminded groups to face “accountability measures” if caught violating masks protocols.