It’s been a long timing coming for this punk and now his behavior Thursday against the Packers will cost him two games and a couple of game checks.
Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh will be suspended for at least two games because of his stomping incident, according to ESPN reporter Adam Schefter.
In addition, Schefter said Suh makes $82,000 per game. Suspended players are not paid by the NFL, so if Suh was suspended for two games, he would miss $164,000 in pay.
“People around the league believe Suh’s stomping act is less egregious than Albert’s Hanyesworth, who was suspended for five games,” Schefter said on ESPN this morning.
ESPN reporter Chris Mortensen added the NFL may fine Suh $25,000 and order him to attend anger management. Suh would be able to appeal the NFL’s fine.
Suh stomped Green Bay offensive lineman Evan Dietrich-Smith recently. The Lions issued a statement condemning Suh’s actions on Friday.