There is already a good debate brewing over whether or not Ndamukong Suh was aiming for Matt Schaub’s privates when he kicked him on Thursday.
Now, the NFL is going to weigh in on the matter. Albert Breer of the NFL Network reports that the play will be reviewed by the league as vice president Ray Anderson said “it drew our attention.” Suh, of course, has a history of illegal moves on the field, including his stomp of Green Bay’s Evan Dietrich-Smith on Thanksgiving a year ago.
“In our normal course, we identify hits for potential discipline," Anderson said, according to the report. "Certainly, that will be one that will be reviewed after the weekend's slate of game as part of normal course of action."
Suh was suspended two games for his stomping incident last season. Schaub declined to comment on the matter after the game.
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