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HENDERSON, Nev. — Las Vegas Raiders owner Mark Davis said Tuesday that the team is looking into why several players were not wearing masks while attending a charity event held by teammate Darren Waller that broke Nevada rules for the coronavirus pandemic and might have violated NFL regulations.
The Darren Waller Foundation held a fundraising event Monday at the DragonRidge Country Club in the Las Vegas suburb of Henderson. Players were seen on video without masks at the indoor event while talking and mingling with guests, who also weren’t wearing masks.
“Guys have to be more stringent in fighting the virus,” Davis told ESPN. “It’s still our toughest opponent.”
Among the players in attendance were quarterbacks Derek Carr and Nathan Peterman, tight ends Jason Witten, Foster Moreau and Derek Carrier, receivers Zay Jones and Hunter Renfrow, and cornerback Nevin Lawson, as well as tight end Waller. In one photo that was posted to the Darren Waller Foundation Instagram page and later deleted, an unmasked Carr posed with another maskless guest who had won his jersey in an auction.
The city of Henderson fined the DragonRidge Country Club