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Given that only a handful of players have been suspended for on-field conduct during the tenure of Commissioner Roger Goodell, not much attention has been paid to the league’s procedures for such situations. The Ndamukong Suh case will change that, and the situation demonstrates very real differences between the process for appealing suspensions for on-field…
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As he awaits the league's decision on his punishment, Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh called NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to apologize for stomping on the arm of a Green Bay Packers offensive lineman, ESPN reported Monday.
Suh was ejected during the third quarter of his team's 27-15 Thanksgiving loss to the Packers after scuffling with guard Evan Dietrich...
More Thursday night NFL football maybe coming as early as next year per Roger Goodell in a recent podcast with Peter King. The NFL has made some noise and actually initiated discussions with networks to sell this additional package with Versus and Turner Sports believed to be the front runners.
Additional games to any network is already a big deal but would be a game changer to...
Defensive end Ndamukong Suh #90 of the Detroit Lions argues with referee Terry McAulay #77 after Suh is ejected from the game for unsportsmanlike conduct in the third quarter against the Green Bay Packers during the Thanksgiving Day game at Ford Field on November 24, 2011 in Detroit, Michigan.
(November 23, 2011 – Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images North America)
Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh called commissioner Roger Goodell on Sunday night to apologize for his behavior during Detroit's Thanksgiving loss to Green Bay, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
According to ESPN.com's Adam Schefter, Suh called the commissioner on Sunday night to apologize for his actions in the Lions Thanksgiving day loss to the Packers.