Redskins safety Deshazor Everett won't be suspended by the NFL for his big hit Sunday on the Eagles' Darren Sproles, according to the Washington Post, which cited a unnamed source. However, The Post reported Everett might be fined later this week.

Everett slammed Sproles as he tried to field a punt during the fourth quarter at Lincoln Financial Field. Sproles hadn't signaled for a fair catch, but the ball wasn't close enough to him yet to be caught. He left the game and was diagnosed with a concussion.

Zach Ertz and Jason Peters both called the play a "cheap shot." And as Marcus Hayes and Mike Sielski wrote after the game, Ertz and Peters were far from alone.

Everett acknowledged after the game that "it was a bad hit" and added, "If I could have taken that split second back, I definitely would."