"I didn't feel like that on the field and after watching it, you know, it wasn't anything malicious, I didn't feel like," Locker said, per The Star-Ledger (Newark, N.J.) on Wednesday. "I kind of got bounced into the second guy. I didn't feel like they were out to get me, no."
UPDATE: Well, it looks like the league has weighed in. Rapoport reported Thursday that Coples was fined $7,875 and Wilkerson was fined $15,750, according to people informed of the fine amounts.