Sep 10, 2 years ago
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Ndamukong Suh fined $100K for low hit

Detroit Loins defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh was fined $100,000 by the NFL for his hit on Minnesota center John Sullivan during Sunday’s game but won’t be suspended. The controversial play occurred on an interception return by DeAndre Levy for a “touchdown” until it was taken back from an illegal low block by Suh. The NFL fined Suh $30K last season for unnecessary roughness because he kicked Matt Schaub in the groin area and was suspended 2 games for his notorious stomping on Thanksgiving 2011. Suh apologized to the team and to Sullivan at half saying,”I spoke to him. We’re good, so that’s all that matters.” Ndamukong Suh had been regarded as one of the nastiest players in football for his unique and physical style, and the more piling up of fines he receives, the worse it’ll make him look. Want to talk sports? Message me on Facebook or email me, links in bio above.'

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