Jason Peters, Chris Baker fined

Philadelphia Eagles offensive tackle Jason Peters was fined $10,000, and Washington Redskins nose tackle Chris Bakerwas fined $8,268 by the NFL on Friday for fighting during Philadelphia's victory last Sunday.

Peters was fined for unnecessarily striking an opponent in the head. Baker was fined for grabbing an opponent's face mask. Both were ejected from the game.

Baker was not fined for his hit on Eagles quarterback Nick Foles that preceded the fight. Although Baker was flagged for it, the league deemed the hit legal.

In other Week 3 fines, Bills wide receiver Mike Williams was docked $11,025 for a uniform violation -- wearing all-red socks instead of a team-issued blue-and-white pair. Williams was fined $5,512 for an unspecified uniform violation in the season opener.

Meanwhile, Bills linebacker Brandon Spikes was fined $8,268 for an apparent head-butt of Chargers offensive lineman Rich Ohrnberger.

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