Dallas Cowboy safety Darren Woodson was fined $75,000 by the NFL on Wednesday for a fourth-quarter hit on Seattle's Darrell Jackson, who had a seizure after the game and spent a night in a hospital.
Woodson did not comment on the fine, but said, "I can't change the way I was taught how to play."
He was fined $7,500 twice before this year for hits, one on Houston tight end Billy Miller and the other on Arizona quarterback Jake Plummer.
Jackson, who has heard in recent days from Woodson, is undergoing more medical tests. He won't play against Washington on Sunday.
Seattle Coach Mike Holmgren indicated that the seizure Jackson had was more serious than initially believed.
"The simple thing of the matter is Darrell almost died," Holmgren said. "That's the deal. Is anything worth that?"
Indianapolis running back Edgerrin James might sit out Sunday's game against Tennessee because of a partially torn right hamstring. The Colts listed James as doubtful.