The NFL this week fined 49ers outside linebacker Eli Harold for a horse-collar tackle he made Sunday against Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson.
Harold’s fine was the standard $18,231 for a first-time offense. Harold grabbed Wilson around the area of the shoulder pads and tossed him down for a 4-yard sack in the third quarter.
The 15-yard penalty nullified what would have been Harold's first career sack.
Wilson sustained an injured knee on the play, but returned just one play later. He finished that series before sitting out for the remainder of the game. Wilson is not listed on the Seahawks’ injury report for their game Sunday against the New York Jets.