Conventional wisdom regarding the NFL’s action against Ndamkuong Suh is that Suh will be suspended. The only question is whether it will be a one-game or a two-game suspension.
According to Jay Glazer of FOX, that’s what the league office currently is trying to figure out today.
Per Glazer, the powers-that-be are discussing whether to suspend Suh by one game or by two games.
As previously explained, Suh should learn his fate by Tuesday. The rest of us should know by Friday.
Express factors include Suh’s history or fines and the fact that the action occurred after the play concluded. Suh’s lack of remorse on Thursday won’t help him, especially since the partial remorse articulated on Friday seemed to be perfunctory and forced.
Glazer also reported that some Lions teammates, including defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch, “got after” Suh on Friday — and that players from other teams called the league office to express their belief that Suh should be suspended.
It’s all coming to a head soon. Stay tuned.