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Eli Harold was flagged, fined for tackle that injured Russell Wilson

The sack that resulted in an MCL sprain for Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson didn’t amount to a classic horse-collar tackle. But it fell within the scope of the recently-expanded definition of the rule. As a result, 49ers linebacker Eli Harold was flagged for the hit — and fined $18,231. NFL senior V.P. of officiating Dean…
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