Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, who has developed a reputation as a dirty player, was involved in another controversial play in Sunday's win over the Vikings, and he could face a suspension as a result.
"All options are on the table with a repeat offender," NFL executive vice president of football operations Ray Anderson told USAToday.com on Monday. "You can honestly say it's being reviewed for either a fine and/or a suspension, given his repeat-offender status."
The latest incident: Following a Christian Ponder interception, Suh was flagged for a personal foul after diving at the knees of Vikings center John Sullivan, who was not involved in the play (you can wonder what the hell Suh was doing for yourself here).
"I don't think he was trying to hurt me," Sullivan told KFAN. "But there need be consequences when guys don't respect the careers of other players."
Suh has been fined five times in three seasons, and was suspended in 2011 for stomping on a Packers offensive lineman. In 2012, he was $30,000 for kicking Texans quarterback Matt Schaub in the groin.