Two former Alabama Crimson Tide players, Ryan Anderson and DeAndrew White, were fined by the National Football League for helmet-to-helmet hits on Saturday.

Ironically, the hits occurred in the same game – December 1’s Week 13 tilt between Anderson’s Washington Redskins and White’s Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte.

Anderson’s hit on Panthers tight end Greg Olsen resulted in a concussion for the one-time Miami Hurricane and Anderson was ejected from the remainder of the game.

White’s hit came on former SMU Mustang Trey Quinn while fielding a punt in the second quarter of the contest and did not draw a penalty flag at the time.

Both players were fined $28,075, the league’s standard amount for first-time offenders of this infraction. Sports shared further information on Twitter:

A native of Daphne, Alabama, Anderson was a four-star linebacker in the 2012 class, per the 247Sports Composite. After redshirting during the Crimson Tide’s national championship campaign during his first year on-campus, he racked up 128 tackles (39.5 TFL), 19 sacks and an interception over the 2013-16 seasons.

He was selected by the Redskins in the second round (No. 49 overall) of the 2017 Draft.

A product of North Shore High School in Houston, Texas, the explosive White was a four-star wideout in the 2010 cycle. Totaling 94 receptions for 1,294 yards and 12 touchdowns, he was also a threat in the return game, averaging 16.2 yards per kick return.

Undrafted in 2015, White has been active for games with the San Francisco 49ers (2015), Houston Texans (2017) and Panthers (2018-present).