Lions’ Suh Hit With Hefty Fine of $100,000

But the defensive tackle won't be suspended, according to the NFL

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The Detroit Lions’ Ndamukong Suh was fined $100,000 for an illegal block of Minnesota Vikings center John Sullivan in Sunday’s game during Week 1 of NFL season.

The defensive tackle’s controversial hit on Sullivan happened during an interception return in the second quarter, costing the Lions 15 yards and overturning a touchdown. Detroit still won the game 34-24.

The substantial fine is nothing new for Suh, who has a record of unnecessary roughness against quarterbacks. Last year the NFL fined him $30,000 for kicking Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub and suspended him for two games in 2011 for stepping on Green Bay’s Evan Deitrich-Smith.

(h/t ESPN)

2 comments
rpearlston
rpearlston

I'd think that suspending this man for a full season, while being mandated to take some type of therapy, might be the only thing that gets his attention and forces him to change his ways.  It's too bad that, with his track record, the NFL couldn't see fit to do so.

NatashaCreswick
NatashaCreswick

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