The NFL is screaming, “enough is enough” regarding Detroit Lions defensive tackle, Ndamukong Suh after he blindsided Vikings center, John Sullivan with an illegal block to the knees. Sullivan, the six-year returning veteran, had just undergone micro-fracture knee surgery during this passed offseason and was able to avoid a possible season-ending injury. Sullivan also went on record saying, “there needs to be consequences when guys don’t respect the careers of other players.”

Suh has been notorious for his illegal hits and actions of unsportsmanlike conduct throughout his three years in the league. Drafted as the second overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, Suh made his debut in Detroit and has remained a loyal player for the team. After his most infamous play on a Thanksgiving game in 2011, when he was fined and suspended for stomping on Green Bay Packers guard, Evan Dietrich-Smith, fans around the nation declared him a threat to not only other players, but to their careers as well.

Suh has been fined five times in his first three NFL seasons. Most of his fines have been for illegal hits on quarterbacks. He even went as far as to stomp on Houston Texans QB, Matt Shaub in the groin. After the incident, Suh was fined yet again for $30,000.

With this $100,000 fine in place, it is clear that the NFL has lost patience with Suh and it looks like bigger consequences will be faced in the future.

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