Lions' Suh ejected in game against Packers

Published On: Nov 24 2011 03:38:51 PM EST
Updated On: Nov 24 2011 03:45:38 PM EST

DETROIT -

Ndamukong Suh was ejected from Detroit's game Thursday against Green Bay after he appeared to step on an opposing offensive lineman.

Suh was ejected early in the third quarter after the Lions thought they'd stopped the Packers on third down near the Detroit goal line. A replay showed Suh and Green Bay's Evan Dietrich-Smith scuffling on the ground briefly before the All-Pro defensive tackle got up and appeared to stomp at Dietrich-Smith's upper right arm.

Green Bay took advantage of the penalty, scoring a touchdown.

In less than two seasons as a pro, Suh has received his share of fines, and he met with Commissioner Roger Goodell this month to discuss his play.

Green Bay's Pat Lee was ejected in the first half.

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