Ndamukong Suh Suspended Two Games For Thanksgiving Stomp
It was the stomp that Green Bay fans weren't all that thankful for, but now the NFL has issued what I think is a fair punishment. There are reports that he will appeal the suspension, so it seems he hasn't learned his lesson on this.
Ndamukong Suh, the Detroit Lions defensive leader who was ejected from the team's Thanksgiving game for stomping on the shoulder of a defenseless opponent, was suspended for two games without pay by the NFL on Tuesday.
Should he begin serving the suspension immediately, Suh would miss a road game against the New Orleans Saints and a home game versus the Minnesota Vikings. Jay Glazer reports Suh will not have to attend anger management courses as part of the suspension. He is expected to be fined an additional $50,000 by the Lions for being ejected from a game.