The Miami Dolphins' seventh-round draft pick, cornerback Don Jones, runs during NFL football rookie minicamp in Davie, Fla., Friday, May 3, 2013.

The Miami Dolphins’ seventh-round draft pick, cornerback Don Jones, runs during NFL football rookie minicamp in Davie, Fla., Friday, May 3, 2013.

*Miami Dolphins safety Don Jones took to Twitter with inappropriate comments after Michael Sam was drafted by the St. Louis Rams on Saturday, and now he has to pay.

Jones was fined an undisclosed amount and excused from all team activities, the team announced through a press release Sunday.

Shortly after Sam was drafted with the 249th overall pick in the seventh round and became the first openly gay player in the NFL, Jones tweeted “omg” after television cameras showed Sam kissing his boyfriend.

According to The Miami Herald, when Jones was asked on his social media channel if he was referring to the embrace, he responded: “Horrible.” The tweets have since been deleted.

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Michael Sam kisses boyfriend Vito Cammisano

Jones apologized for his comments Sunday and described them as inappropriate. The Dolphins said Jones has been excused from all team activities until he completes training related to his comments.

“We were disappointed to read Don’s tweets,” coach Joe Philbin said in a statement. “They were inappropriate and unacceptable, and we regret the negative impact these comments had on such an important weekend for the NFL. We met with Don today about respect, discrimination and judgment. These comments are not consistent with the values and standards of our program.”

The Dolphins reacted swiftly to Jones’ comments in the wake of the team’s bullying scandal last year, which embarrassed the NFL and prompted a nationwide debate about workplace harassment.

Jones said he regretted that his tweets took away from Sam’s “draft moment.”

“I remember last year when I was drafted in the seventh round, and all of the emotions and happiness I felt when I received the call that gave me an opportunity to play for an NFL team, and I wish him all the best in his NFL career,” Jones said in a statement. “I am committed to represent the values of the Miami Dolphins organization, and appreciate the opportunity I have been given to do so going forward.”