The NFL fined the Tennessee Titans $350,000 for violating protocols leading to the league's first COVID-19 outbreak during the season, a person familiar with the discipline told the Associated Press.

The Titans had 24 people, including 13 players, test positive for COVID-19 between Sept. 24 and Oct. 11. The outbreak led the NFL to postpone two Tennessee games and reschedule two others.

The NFL and its players association sent officials to Nashville, where they reviewed video and interviewed players, coaches and other personnel.

But the NFL found the Titans failed to wear masks at all times and were "insufficiently clear" to players about not meeting or working out once the facility closed. That kept the loss of draft picks or a forfeit out of the possible punishments.

Injury report

• Cleveland receiver Odell Beckham Jr. injured his left knee trying to make a tackle on an interception. He will be evaluated Monday for what could be a season-ending injury.

• Jacksonville receiver Dede Westbrook suffered a significant left leg injury so gruesome that CBS opted not to show a replay.

• Washington safety Landon Collins injured his left ankle/Achilles' tendon in noncontact fashion.

• Dallas quarterback Andy Dalton was knocked out after brutal hit by Washington's Jon Bostic, who was ejected.

• Jets defensive end Kyle Phillips injured an ankle and will miss the rest of the season.

• San Francisco receiver Deebo Samuel suffered a hamstring injury.

• Chargers tight end Virgil Green injured his right ankle catching a 26-yard touchdown.

Etc.

• Las Vegas was able to play four starting offensive linemen vs. Tampa Bay after getting one more day of negative tests for COVID-19. Kolton Miller, Denzelle Good, Rodney Hudson and Gabe Jackson all tested negative in results gotten back Sunday, and all four played vs. the Buccaneers, although Jackson was ejected for apparently throwing a punch during a scrum.

• Former Gophers safety Antoine Winfield Jr. made his first career interception for Tampa Bay, a diving grab to pick off Derek Carr in the fourth quarter, followed by a 16-yard return to the Raiders 24-yard line.

Easton Stick, who went 49-3 as a starting quarterback at North Dakota State, briefly played for the Chargers in the second quarter and threw his first NFL pass, a 4-yarder to Mike Williams.