Published on November 28th, 2011 | by bmore0
Suh’s act costs him two weeks of action
Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh will be suspended for at least two games for his third quarter stomping incident against the Packers on Thanksgiving day, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports.
On top of that, Suh may be required to attend an anger management class.
Furthermore, Charlie Casserly of CBS said it’s no coincidence that the former Cornhusker is behaving like he is at the pro level.
“I talked to general managers and scouting directors over the weekend and they told me absolutely there were red lights at Nebraska and even before that that did not surprise them when they see Suh behave like this in the NFL.
Note: Commissioner Roger Goodell, in his tenure, has suspended five players. Only one of them, Albert Haynesworth, was suspended for more than one game.
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