Alonso recorded nine tackles (three solo) in Sunday's loss to the Patriots.
Alonso is averaging just over seven tackles per game this season and his season total is now up to 78 (53 solo). He'll look to continue disrupting offenses next week when he faces the Broncos.
Alonso also had an unnecessary roughness penalty for a late hit to Tampa Bay quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick in the game. While he might receive a fine for the transgression, it's unlikely that Alonso will be subject to any further league discipline. Alonso has recorded 69 tackles to go with a sack and two forced fumbles on the season.
The NFL announced Tuesday that Alonso will not be suspended for his hit on Joe Flacco in Thursday's loss to the Ravens, Lindsay Jones of USA Today reports.
Alonso came down on Flacco's head as the quarterback was sliding to the turf in Thursday's game, but the linebacker wasn't ejected and will officially not miss any time in the future. Alonso is currently tied for the team-lead in tackles this season with 46.
Alonso recorded nine tackles (eight solo) in Thursday's 40-0 loss to the Ravens.
One of Alonso's tackles was a vicious hit on Ravens' quarterback Joe Flacco as he was sliding to the ground, and the latter did not return after showing symptoms of a concussion. There's been no word as to whether or not the linebacker will face a suspension for the hit, but when he is on the field, Alonso is one of the more consistently productive linebackers in the league, although he is yet to force a turnover this season.
Alonso had seven tackles (six solo), a sack and a forced fumble in Sunday's 16-10 victory over the Titans.
Alonso knocked the ball loose from Matt Cassel in the late stages of the first quarter and it was subsequently scooped up and returned for a touchdown by safety Reshad Jones. It was the 27-year-old's first sack and forced fumble of the season.
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