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49ers’ Carlos Hyde fined $9,115 for unsportsmanlike conduct

Oct 14, 2016 at 1:20 PM--


According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, San Francisco 49ers RB Carlos Hyde has been fined $9,115 for unsportsmanlike conduct.


The incident occurred during the 49ers' game on Thursday, October 6 in a loss to the Arizona Cardinals. Hyde was penalized for taunting following an offensive play. The 49ers running back flexed his biceps after a 7-yard reception late in the second quarter. The penalty flag was thrown because an official determined that the taunt was directed at a Cardinals player.

The penalty cost the 49ers 15 yards during the drive, and today cost Hyde a lot more. The drive ended three plays later on a Blaine Gabbert interception.

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