In the 13th week, two players were suspended due to unacceptable extracurricular activities.
The NFL has suspended Cincinnati Bengals’safe Sean Williams and Tennessee Titans’ defensive end Titans for a match for violating the rules of unnecessary roughness and sportsmanship. The league was announced on Monday night.
Each is expected to appeal the suspension, which may be heard within a few days. Reported by Tom Pericello of the NFL Network..
Williams and Tart deliberately stepped on their opponents when they lost to Miami and Cleveland on Sunday, respectively. John Lanian, NFL’s Vice President of Football Business, specifically noted the unnecessary nature of their actions in the issuance of suspensions.
Tart stepped on Brownsguard’s Wyatt Teller after Teller knocked Tart into the backfield and left play in the second quarter, which was a two-yard running back. Kareem Hunt.. Williams stepped on the dolphin guard Solomon Kindley when the player was withdrawing from the mountain at the end of play just before halftime.
Both are eligible to return to the team after the match on December 13.
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