Report: Ravens fined $200K for preseason coach-to-player communication violations
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The Baltimore Ravens have been fined $200,000 for violations of the NFL's policy on coach-to-player communications during the 2018 preseason, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports.

The violations occurred when multiple players were on the field while wearing helmets with coach-to-player headsets. The technology only allows coaches to speak directly to the quarterback between plays and one designated player on the defensive side of the ball.

The Ravens released a statement Wednesday regarding the fine.

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Report: Ravens fined $200K for preseason coach-to-player communication violations
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