The NFL is charging Jones-Drew $7,500 for his ATM-visit touchdown celebration.
Williams drew a penalty on his play, but the flag was for an incidental facemask and not the tackle.
After a similar tackle against Chicago tight end Desmond Clark last month, Williams was fined $12,500.
In 2005, the NFL outlawed "horse-collar" tackles, when a defender grabs the back inside of an opponent's shoulder pads and yanks the player down.
Terrell Owens, then playing for Philadelphia, tore two ankle ligaments and broke his leg after being dragged down by Williams in a game in 2004. That was one of the plays that led the technique being outlawed.
Information from the Associated Press was included in this report