Nine players were fined for their roles in a fight before Monday night's game between the Eagles and Falcons, with Atlanta defensive tackle Chad Lavalais drawing the biggest fine -- $7,500 -- for a hit on Donovan McNabb during the game.

Lavalais was fined for using his helmet on McNabb, who hurt his chest on the play. McNabb is questionable for Philadelphia's game Sunday against San Francisco because of the injury.

"It's nothing that's going to make me go out and buy a Wendy's triple-stacked cheeseburger," McNabb said. "I'm not going to buy them any flowers or take somebody from the league out to eat."

For the pregame fight, which resulted in Falcons cornerback Kevin Mathis and Eagles linebacker Jeremiah Trotter being ejected before kickoff, both players got $5,000 fines. Also receiving a $5,000 hit was cornerback DeAngelo Hall for unsportsmanlike conduct for grabbing an opponent's face mask and then throwing the opponent's helmet.

Two Falcons were fined $2,500 for entering a fight area, which made them active participants: safety Keion Carpenter and cornerback-kick returner Allen Rossum. Safety Kevin McCadam got a $1,000 fine.

Along with Trotter, the three Eagles fined for entering a fight area were linebackers Keith Adams, Jason Short and Mike Labinjo.

Trotter joked about the punishment, saying he was going to take it all the way to the Supreme Court.

"Any of you know Matlock? Give me his number. I heard he's never lost cases," Trotter said.

Meanwhile, Mathis is out for the season after tearing up his left knee in practice on Wednesday.

* BRONCOS: Cornerback Champ Bailey, who hasn't missed a game in his seven-year NFL career, practiced in pads and said he expects to keep the streak going Sunday against San Diego despite a dislocated shoulder.

Bailey has started all 97 regular season games since he entered the league in 1999. Last week against Miami, he dislocated his left shoulder making a tackle in the third quarter.