When Ndamukong Suh was fined a record $100000 for a low block earlier this year the message seemed clear: Run afoul of the league again and face a suspension. Only he didn’t. Suh was fined for a second time this season on Wednesday $31500 for striking Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden with his helmet. NFL vice president of operations Merton Hanks said Friday in a spot on “Total Access” on NFL Network that he wanted to get Suh’s attention with the fine but didn’t think the hit was worthy of larger punishment.
NFL VP wanted to 'get Ndamukong Suh's attention' with 2nd fine
Detroit Free Press | Oct 19