Devin Lloyd, Foye Oluokun fined for Week 10 plays vs. 49ers

Jacksonville Jaguars linebackers Devin Lloyd and Foye Oluokun both received fines from the NFL for plays during the team’s 34-3 loss to the San Francisco 49ers in Week 10.

Lloyd was fined $10,927 for a facemask penalty he picked up late in the first half. Oluokun received an even bigger $16,391 fine for unnecessary roughness on his third quarter sack of 49ers quarterback Brock Purdy, his second sack of the game. No penalty was called on the play that earned Oluokun a fine.

Also noteworthy is that Jaguars guard Brandon Scherff didn’t receive a fine for a moment that 49ers defensive lineman Arik Armstead called a “dirty play.”

Prior to Week 10, the Jaguars had been fined just twice through the first nine weeks for game-related rules violations: a Week 5 hit from Jeremiah Ledbetter on the Buffalo Bills’ Josh Allen and a Week 8 hit from Adam Gotsis on the Pittsburgh Steelers’ Kenny Pickett. Both plays were unpenalized.

Through 10 weeks, 280 total plays across the NFL have resulted in fines.

Story originally appeared on Jaguars Wire