Ndamukong Suh will know by the close of business today whether he has won the appeal of his two-game suspension.
The league office plans to announce by the end of the day what the verdict is on Suh’s appeal of the NFL’s discipline, which came for stomping on Green Bay’s Evan Dietrich-Smith on Thanksgiving.
The two-game suspension was the harshest punishment handed down for an on-field act since Albert Haynesworth got five games for stomping on Andre Gurode. There’s some sentiment that Suh could get the suspension reduced to one game.
The appeal hearing, which was presided over by Hall of Famer Art Shell, was held by phone on Thursday. Shell has final say on the result of the appeal.