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By PFW staff

Updated 9:45 p.m. ET Friday, Sept. 23

Three teams have been fined six-figure amounts by the NFL for contact with players during the lockout, according to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk.

PFT reported that the Titans and Buccaneers are two of the teams. Titans WR Kenny Britt said in August that he spoke with WR coach Dave Ragone "all summer long."

However, PFW correspondent and Tennessean writer Jim Wyatt reported that the Titans were not fined for illegal contact during the lockout.

Bucs head coach Raheem Morris said in June on a radio show that he talked to players. In a press conference on Sept. 13, Morris said he spoke with TE Kellen Winslow and CB Aqib Talib during the lockout and had his phone records checked by the league.

During the lockout, coaches were prohibited from any contact with players.


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