Raiders defensive tackle Richard Seymour was fined 30,000 by the NFL for throwing a punch in last week's game with the Dolphins.
Seymour was ejected last week after striking Miami's Richie Incognito. It was the second time in as many seasons he's been sent packing.
Replays showed Seymour throwing a quick left hook to Incognito's neck and a quick right open hand to his facemask away from the ball.
It was the most costly of the fines handed down by the league following Week 13.
New England linebacker Jerod Mayo was fined 25,000 for a hit on Colts' quarterback Dan Olovsky. Detroit tight end Brandon Pettigrew also received a 25,000 fine. He was cited for bumping into a referee while trying to get to Saints safety Roman Harper.
Last year Seymour was ejected and fined 25,000 for hitting Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger in the helmet.
After Sunday's game Seymour made this statement:
"I apologize to my teammates, coaching staff and the organization, also the Raider Nation. I'm disappointed that I wasn't there to finish the game with my teammates. I think that its an emotional game and I shouldn't have let my emotions get the best of me. No excuses."
Seymour was tossed with 5:46 remaining in the third quarter and the Raiders trailing 20-0. Two plays later, Miami quarterback Matt Moore scored from six yards out. Seymour had no statistics, meaning, no tackles.
"As I told him, he can't get kicked out," Raiders coach Hue Jackson said after the game. "He's one of the rocks of this football team. You can never do something to get yourself kicked out of the game when you're one of the leaders of this football team."