Suh Fined $20,000 For Hit On Bengals QB

Published On: Oct 02 2011 04:28:14 PM EDT
Updated On: Aug 17 2011 03:47:42 AM EDT
DETROIT -

In a vague status update on his Twitter account, Ndamukong Suh hinted that he was fined $20,000 for his hit on Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton in last week's preseason opener at Ford Field.

He wrote:

The reigning NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year grabbed the Bengals quarterback and threw Dalton to the turf after he had gotten rid of the ball late in the first quarter of Friday's preseason game. Suh was flagged for unnecessary roughness.

Suh was fined twice last year for roughing up quarterbacks, including Chicago's Jay Cutler during the regular season and Cleveland's Jake Delhomme in a preseason game.

Suh's checking account can absorb the latest hit. His five-year contract is worth $40 million guaranteed and as much as $68 million.

He was fined $7,500 for what he did to Delhomme, grabbing his face mask, twisting it and slamming him to the ground. He was docked $15,000 for shoving Cutler hard and high in the back from behind during a game last December.

Detroit's second exhibition game is Friday at Cleveland. Browns offensive tackle Joe Thomas said he and his teammates are mindful of what Suh can do.

Do you think Suh should be fined for the hit? Leave your comments below:

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