NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported Tuesday that Donald is expected to be fined but not suspended for making contact with an official.
After the game, Donald didn't make excuses for what happened.
"I was just seeing something happening and just tried to run over there and help one of my guys," Donald said. "And, like I said, it was just a dumb decision on my part."
"Any time you lose like that, you're going to be embarrassed," he said. "It's not the way we play. That was not our best football, and we know that. We got to play a lot harder."
"He just apologized to me there. He just lost his composure there ... he just wants to win," Fisher said. "He's a great person. He's frustrated he lost his poise."