A torn meniscus isn't the only injury Ben Roethlisberger will be dealing with this week. The Steelers quarterback also has a sore right leg thanks to an apparent kick that he took from Ndamukong Suh during the fourth quarter of Pittsburgh's 30-15 loss to Miami on Sunday.

The Steelers are so furious with Suh that they've decided to file a formal complaint with the NFL over the kick, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

With just 21 seconds left in the fourth quarter, Suh was charging toward Roethlisberger on a play and appeared to kick him. The Steelers believe that Suh, who has a history of making dirty hits, kicked their quarterback on purpose.

The lineman who was trying to block Suh, David DeCastro, says that Roethlisberger went back to the huddle and specifically pointed out that Suh had kicked him.

"I'm not sure what he was thinking," DeCastro said of Suh, via the Post-Gazette. "You'd have to ask him what he was thinking. I heard Ben saying 'He kicked me,' but I didn't really see it until we watched the film."

Here's a still shot of the kick.

Did Ndamukong Suh kick Ben Roethlisberger on purpose? CBS/NFL

If the NFL agrees with the Steelers, Suh could either be suspended or fined.

Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict, who also has a history of taking cheap shots, was fined $75,000 for allegedly stepping on LeGarrette Blount's leg during the Patriots' win over the Bengals on Sunday.

Although Suh appeared to take a cheap shot on Roethlisberger, the Dolphins defensive lineman still hasn't overtaken Burfict as the most hated player in the Steelers locker room.

Steelers offensive lineman Ramon Foster said Thursday that he prefers Suh's style of play over Burfict's.

"I'll live with Suh way more than I would with Burfict," Foster said, via the Post-Gazette. "Burfict is trying to injure guys. I still think his celebration on the tackle with Le'Veon [last year] shows he's trying to injure guys. It changed the whole complexion of that game. It's on film. They see it. But Goodell doesn't give a [darn] about that. He's more worried about the ratings dropping and the owners fattening his pockets. He knows that type of attention brings more viewers for a Cincinnati game."

Burfict has been fined more than $800,000 during his career. As for Suh, he was suspended for one game in 2014 after he stepped on Aaron Rodgers' ankle. However, the suspension was later overturned and Suh just had to pay a $70,000 fine.

On Roethlisberger's end, his legs will have plenty of time to heal as he's expected to miss 4-6 weeks after undergoing surgery on his torn meniscus.