NEW YORK (AP) — Jr. was fined $53 Miami Dolphins Jersey 2019 ,482 by the NFL for his hit on Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods last Sunday.Exum was penalized for unnecessary roughness on the play in which he hit Woods in his midsection in the third quarter of the 49ers’ 48-32 loss while breaking up a deep pass.The Rams’ Samson Ebukam was also fined $26,739 on Saturday for unnecessary roughness when he lowered his head to initiate contact on a tackle.Miami’s Kiko Alonso and Robert Quinn were docked $10,026 for unnecessary roughness, and Buffalo’s Jordan Mills was fined $13,369 for unsportsmanlike conduct after they were all ejected for their roles in a skirmish between the teams last Sunday.With Bills quarterback Josh Allen already sliding in the third quarter of Buffalo’s 42-17 win, Alonso dived in front of him and kicked the quarterback in the helmet. A scuffle broke out amid a group of players, and Quinn ran in and dived atop the pile.Dolphins safety Minkah Fitzpatrick was also fined $10,026 for unsportsmanlike conduct during a play in the fourth quarter of that game.Chicago punter Pat O’Donnell has to pay $15,000 after he was penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct when he was on the sideline but too close to the side judge Walt Aikens Jersey , who tripped over him and immediately threw the flag. Bears teammate Deon Bush was fined $10,026 for a facemask penalty against Minnesota.Also docked for unnecessary roughness were Cincinnati’s Alex Redmond ($26,739), Indianapolis’ George Odum ($20,054) and Pittsburgh’s Ramon Foster ($10,026).Dallas’ Antwaun Woods and Kansas City teammates Tyreek Hill and Demarcus Robinson were each fined $10,026 for unsportsmanlike conduct after they were flagged in their games for taunting. Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator Matt Burke has spent the week patching up things, and not just because his unit is on pace to allow more yards than any team in franchise history.Two-time Pro Bowl safety Reshad Jones mysteriously took himself out of last week's win over the New York Jets and watched the second half from the sideline. In the aftermath, coach Adam Gase said communication problems between Burke and players needed to be addressed."Obviously there was some sort of disconnect Kiko Alonso Jersey ," Burke said Thursday. "We've had a lot of conversations 鈥?the whole defense and myself, Reshad and myself, Adam and myself. I think we're all on the same page."Jones declined to say why he became a spectator, but he apparently was unhappy with Burke's plan to rotate safeties against the Jets. Burke said he's confident that if the decision is for Jones to share playing time Sunday at Green Bay, the veteran will accept that.Gase, who seemed to side with Jones in the aftermath of last week's standoff, agreed the issue has been resolved."We did everything we need to get straightened out and moved on," Gase said. "Sometimes you have to go through all of this kind of stuff during a season. Sometimes it gets aired out publicly. That's the hardest thing about the NFL sometimes. You have to bounce back. We got what we needed fixed, and we're moving on to the next game."Jones has been a starter for Miami since 2011 and a defensive leader. Burke said he doesn't believe Jones' standing within the team has been harmed."I know he has had conversations with his teammates on how he's going to move forward Davon Godchaux Jersey ," Burke said. "I don't see an issue with that."Even if the matter is now in the rearview mirror, Burke has plenty of other problems. The Dolphins held the woeful Jets without a touchdown , but before that their defense had been awful for several weeks in a row.They rank 26th in league overall, 28th in run defense and 22nd in pass defense. They're allowing 394 yards per game, more than the team's record-high average of 383 in 2016, the year before Burke became coordinator.The Dolphins have allowed 107 points in their past three road games, and now they visit Aaron Rodgers and the Packers , who are ranked sixth in offense.Rodgers, ever the pro Chase Allen Jersey , managed to find nice things to say about Miami's defensive, specifically Jones' secondary."They've made a lot of plays on the ball," Rodgers said. "They do a nice disguise package. They play some different coverages behind some of their pressures."The saving grace for the Dolphins' defense is that they have 15 interceptions, including four last week. They're on pace to the lead the league for the first time in franchise history.Burke believes that for his defense, the best is yet to come."I hope so," he said. "Hope is not a strategy, but you hope the trend from last week is where we're heading more than weeks prior. If we execute and perform the way we performed last week, we'll have a chance to put a decent showing together."AP Sports Writer Genaro Armas contributed to this report.