Landry plans to appeal fine

Wide Receiver won't change his physicality

Jarvis Landry apologized to Aaron Williams after a big hit

DAVIE, Fla. – Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry plans to appeal his fine for a big hit against the Buffalo Bills.

Landry was fined $24,309 by the NFL for his hit on Bills safety Aaron Williams.

Landry said Wednesday, "Just something that I'm getting with my agent about and talking about; but obviously there is not much I guess I can do, but it's always good to appeal those things."

Williams' father has said that his career is up in the air following the hit.

Landry was asked if that will change how he plays: "My physicality, no.; but as far as my target area?  Yes.  But my physicality?  No."

Landry said he has not reached out to Williams since the game.

However, after the game, Landry did apologize for the hit.

The Dolphins host the New York Jets on Sunday.