Ndamukong Suh appears to kick Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris while he is down.
In an NFL season when officials are supposed to focus on sportsmanship, it seems everyone’s favorite, stompiest player is going stealth. Take a look at this Vine. Quintessential Ndamukong Suh, or an “accident”? Or, maybe he just has really poor foot awareness (is that a thing?), and it was a legitimate accident.
If you look closely, or even not very closely– it is fairly obvious, you can see Suh’s foot having a close encounter with Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris’ head. It was such a close encounter, that Morris’ helmet comes off, and he arises from the field with his best, “Aw man, are you kidding me?” face.
Suh is known for his aggressiveness and dirty plays, which over the years have included a slew of unnecessary roughness calls and stomping former Packers center Evan Dietrich-Smith, doing a throat-slash gesture against Tampa Bay, and kicking Matt Schaub in the genital region. Not to mention that questionable “stomping” incident with Aaron Rodgers.
Suh, a defensive tackle, was picked up in the first-round by the Detroit Lions in 2010 as the second-overall pick in the draft. In March, he became a member of the Miami Dolphins after signing a contract as a free agent.
With that kind of income, he can certainly afford to pay a few fines here and there. His career total fines to date total over $285,000. Pocket change.
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