NFL will review Ndamukong Suh's contact with Matt Schaub

Gregory Shamus

The Detroit Lions' defensive tackle is once again under investigation for his play.

Ndamukong Suh has gained a reputation for sometimes borderline play while on the field, and he is once again under investigation by the NFL after a questionable hit on Texans' quarterback Matt Schaub.

During Thursday's game in Detroit, Suh was tripped up by offensive lineman Derek Newton and as he fell to the ground his foot connected with a very personal region on Schaub.


This is far from the first time Suh has been investigated for his play. He has already been fined by the NFL for a total of $42,500 over the course of his career for multiple incidents. In fact, during last season's Thanksgiving Day game he was ejected for pushing Evan Dietrich-Smith tot he ground and stomping on his arm after the whistle.

Suh was also suspended two games for that incident, which was the fifth time he had been disciplined for his play on the field.

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