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September 11, 2013, 08:01 AM
Wow...a $100K fine, but will it make a difference? And if they felt the need to fine him that much, why not throw in a suspension as well, especially since he's got a well documented history of dirty play.
September 11, 2013  01:46 PM ET

That's a lot of money. I guess mutiple repeat offender applies to him to increase the fine amount.

I agree why not a suspension as well!!!

September 11, 2013  02:42 PM ET

and he still wont get the message...

September 11, 2013  02:46 PM ET
QUOTE(#2):

and he still wont get the message...

Sadly!

September 11, 2013  06:02 PM ET
QUOTE:

Wow...a $100K fine, but will it make a difference? And if they felt the need to fine him that much, why not throw in a suspension as well, especially since he's got a well documented history of dirty play.

He's dirty, dirty....DIRTY! And not in a good way!

September 11, 2013  06:25 PM ET
QUOTE(#4):

He's dirty, dirty....DIRTY! And not in a good way!

Agreed! That dude puts the "dirt" in "dirty." Always trying to plead his case after the low blow.

Multiple repeat offender must pay the price.

"Fool me once, shame on - shame on you. Fool me - you can't get fooled again." (GWB 2002)

September 11, 2013  08:01 PM ET

OK, what's next? Suspensions, fines, nothing changes. Schwarz is not better as he is the leadership to rein this in. Next time, and sadly there will be a next time, someone could get permanently hurt. I say next time he's done. Ban him from the league--this crap is willful

September 12, 2013  10:37 AM ET
QUOTE(#6):

OK, what's next? Suspensions, fines, nothing changes. Schwarz is not better as he is the leadership to rein this in. Next time, and sadly there will be a next time, someone could get permanently hurt. I say next time he's done. Ban him from the league--this crap is willful

So you want to put Suh on a one more screw up and your done /No Tolorance(sp) policy. I'd be all for that but I doubt the players union would allow that, unfortunately!!!

September 12, 2013  11:49 AM ET
QUOTE(#6):

OK, what's next? Suspensions, fines, nothing changes. Schwarz is not better as he is the leadership to rein this in. Next time, and sadly there will be a next time, someone could get permanently hurt. I say next time he's done. Ban him from the league--this crap is willful

Just cut his **** from the roster and if some other team is stupid enough to pick him up, then that is their problem.

September 12, 2013  11:49 AM ET

You could call it a "Tebow" move...

September 12, 2013  12:14 PM ET
QUOTE(#9):

You could call it a "Tebow" move...

This moron does have some talent, where Teblow has NONE. Someone would scoop Suh up in a heart beat. I don't think many coaches could handle that p.o.s., but a few could.

September 12, 2013  04:46 PM ET
QUOTE(#10):

This moron does have some talent, where Teblow has NONE. Someone would scoop Suh up in a heart beat. I don't think many coaches could handle that p.o.s., but a few could.

There are definately some coaches/owners that would try.

September 12, 2013  07:05 PM ET

At least Suh hasn't ripped an opponent's helmet off and proceed to bash the opponent's head with it.

September 12, 2013  08:30 PM ET

Here's a theory,

He'll accidentaly,Get busted,or shoot him self,with a hand cannon,and get shot,or worse.

September 12, 2013  08:33 PM ET
QUOTE(#12):

At least Suh hasn't ripped an opponent's helmet off and proceed to bash the opponent's head with it.

LCB, Ron Lyle did that when he was with the Raiders. Only he took off his helmut and did it. it's true!

September 12, 2013  08:40 PM ET

Sorry, Ron Lyle was a HVYW boxer,I meant Lyle AlzadIndeed, the man whom ESPN would later find a "violent, combative player known for his short temper" inspired the league rule against throwing a helmet after having done so himself to an opponent's helmet.[4] Peter Alzado, Lyle's brother, later identified the years of their youth???marked by an absent, alcoholic father and an over-worked mother???as the crucible for Alzado's unremittingly fierce style of play. "That violence that you saw on the field was not real stuff," his brother held. "Lyle used football as a way of expressing his anger at the world and at the way he grew up."[4] Defensive end Greg Townsend, a teammate on the Raiders, contended that the savagery for which Alzado became noted represented only part of a "split personality." "Off the field," remembered Townsend, "he was the gentle giant. So caring, so warm, so giving."[4]o,died of brain cancer.[steroid use]

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September 12, 2013  11:17 PM ET
QUOTE(#15):

Sorry, Ron Lyle was a HVYW boxer,I meant Lyle AlzadIndeed, the man whom ESPN would later find a "violent, combative player known for his short temper" inspired the league rule against throwing a helmet after having done so himself to an opponent's helmet.[4] Peter Alzado, Lyle's brother, later identified the years of their youth???marked by an absent, alcoholic father and an over-worked mother???as the crucible for Alzado's unremittingly fierce style of play. "That violence that you saw on the field was not real stuff," his brother held. "Lyle used football as a way of expressing his anger at the world and at the way he grew up."[4] Defensive end Greg Townsend, a teammate on the Raiders, contended that the savagery for which Alzado became noted represented only part of a "split personality." "Off the field," remembered Townsend, "he was the gentle giant. So caring, so warm, so giving."[4]o,died of brain cancer.[steroid use]

Alzado was my favorite Raider.....at least he used his own helmet and not his opponent's. Kind of like ripping someone's arm off and beating them senseless with it. ;)

With Alzado his anger came from roid rage. Paid for it with brain cancer.

September 13, 2013  06:46 AM ET
QUOTE(#17):

Alzado was my favorite Raider.....at least he used his own helmet and not his opponent's. Kind of like ripping someone's arm off and beating them senseless with it. ;)With Alzado his anger came from roid rage. Paid for it with brain cancer.

I have a friend that got to know Alzado when he was in his decline. He really regretted using that stuff but back in those days there wasn't all the info out about that stuff that there is today.

 
September 13, 2013  09:19 AM ET
QUOTE(#18):

I have a friend that got to know Alzado when he was in his decline. He really regretted using that stuff but back in those days there wasn't all the info out about that stuff that there is today.

Same could be said about smoking. No one knew way back then just how bad it is for you.

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