JuJu Smith-Schuster receives 1 game suspension

JuJu Smith-Schuster receives 1 game suspension

JuJu Smith-Schuster receives 1 game suspension

Monday night's matchup between the Steelers and the Bengals got ugly between the two rivals, with multiple players engaging in risky and illegal hits, and as a result both Steelers wideout JuJu Smith-Schuster and Bengals safety George Iloka have each been suspended one game, the National Football League announced Tuesday. I should've never stood over him.

Given that Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier left the stadium in the same manner on a scary injury earlier in the game when he was attempting a tackle, it seemed even more tasteless for Smith-Schuster stand over Burfict and taunt him. "I hope he's OK and I hope he gets better". The hit was illegal - thanks to the "Hines Ward rule" that outlawed those types of blocks delivered up high to unsuspecting defenders - and then Smith-Schuster drew an extra flag for taunting after standing over his target. "Those hits are teachable moments". When you look at it you have an opportunity to talk about ways you can be safer and so forth. He's got to work hard so people understand the type of man he is from a sportsmanship standpoint and that's not something that's going to happen overnight.

"I was just playing to the whistle", he said.

JuJu Smith-Schuster and George Iloka have been handed one-game suspensions following Monday's bruising encounter between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cincinnati Bengals.

The sequence could cost the young wideout.

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Brown said he would pay Smith-Schuster's fine.?

The Bengals set a franchise record for penalty yards, and there were nine personal fouls called on the two teams.

"I'll acknowledge that there were some unfortunate situations in that game that we don't need in our game", Tomlin said.

"I'll acknowledge there were some unfortunate things in that game that we don't need in our game, by both sides", Tomlin said. "But that being said, we still have room to grow".

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