Found September 11, 2013 on Kissing Suzy Kolber:
(via Getty Image)In response to repeated infractions on the field and a demonstrated disregard for our emphasis on safety, the National Football League has been forced to levy an unprecedented $100,000 fine on Detroit Lions defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh.It has been the hope of the league office that a troublesome player’s behavior can be corrected through the standard protocol of disciplinary action. Unfortunately, it has become apparent that the prescribed methods of punishment are not getting through to Mr. Suh, thus necessitating the use of new measures.Typically when a player is fined, the money collected goes to one of a variety of charities or retired player programs that the NFL supports. This way, the collection of the fine is not seen by the public as a means of making itself richer by simply taking from the players.Pardon me for a moment.[does a set of 50 unbroken squat cleans]Where was I? Oh yes – typically the National Football League distributes fine money to a number...
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