Buccaneers safety Dashon Goldson might have created a false sense of security when he had a suspension overturned on appeal.
Because suddenly, the original punishments are sticking.
According to multiple reports, Titans safety Michael Griffin’s one-game suspension was upheld after his appeal.
Griffin was suspended for being a repeat offender of the league’s rules against hitting defenseless receivers in the head and neck area, after last week’s shot on Raiders tight end Mychal Rivera.
The suspension will cost him more than $205,000 in salary, plus this week’s game against the Colts, a game that has some degree of playoff implications in the still-not-official AFC South.