ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — Miami Dolphins linebacker Kiko Alonso was ejected from the third quarter of Sunday’s match against the Buffalo Bills following being penalized for a late hit Bills quarterback Josh Allen.

Alonso dove sideways in to Allen because the newcomer slid on third-and-9 at the ending of a 9-yard scramble. Alonso’s leg struck Allen on his helmet, even sparking a scuffle between both teams.

Dolphins defensive end Robert Quinn and Bills directly handle Jordan Mills were included from the commotion following the drama. Both ejected and were penalized for unnecessary roughness.

Bills running LeSean McCoy hurried to get a 9-yard touchdown after the drama to provide the Bills a 28-14 lead.

It seemed that Alonso tried to put on up on this particular hit, but he is a repeat offender in terms of hitting sliding quarterbacks.

Back in October 2017, Alonso presented a concussion-inducing overdue struck Joe Flacco because the Baltimore Ravens QB was sliding to a scramble.

Alonso, who was fined $9,115 for that struck texted Flacco a apology.

In the next quarter of a 27-24 loss to the Indianapolis Colts last month, Alonso got a roughing the passer penalty for hitting a slumping Andrew Luck in a scramble. After that match, Alonso said it was just like this Flacco struck and he tried to pull .

“There was nothing I can do,” Alonso said. “I fell to him. Right when I felt him slide, I kind of felt like I gave up myself, too. At the end of your afternoon, I don’t think there is. Maybe I could watch the film and watch. From this drama, I remember feeling like there is nothing I will do.”

ESPN’s Cameron Wolfe contributed to this report.


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