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22:10  06 december  2017
22:10  06 december  2017 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Bengals ' george iloka wins appeal , will not be suspended .

The Bengals safety had his suspension overturned following the Bengals vs Steelers game. He is free to practice and play this week. The NFL has changed its ruling on George Iloka following his penalized hit on Steelers receiver Antonio Brown in the Bengals ’ Monday night game.

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Bengals S George Iloka won his appeal and will not be suspended , per source. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 6, 2017. Though, common logic seems to indicate that Iloka should have never been suspended in the first place. A fine should have more than done the trick here

UPDATEL: Bengals safety George Iloka has won his appeal with the NFL. He will not be suspended for a hit on Pittsburgh wide receiver Antonio Brown in As a result, both Bengals safety George Iloka (Fort Bend Kempner) and Pittsburgh wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster were each suspended one

While the NFL did uphold the one-game suspension Pittsburgh Steelers receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster received for his actions against the Cincinnati Bengals Monday night, another central figure in the ugly Week 13 contest has won his appeal.

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Bengals safety George Iloka has won his appeal and will not be suspended.

As with Smith-Schuster, Iloka was initially suspended one game by the NFL earlier in the week. His suspension stemmed from a helmet-to-helmet hit on Steelers wide receiver Antonio Browns.

The NFL’s punishment following Monday’s game has drawn a ton of scrutiny, with some concluding that it’s arbitrary in nature.

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Cincinnati Bengals safety George Iloka reportedly won his appeal and will not be suspended for a helmet-to-helmet hit on Pittsburgh Steelers wide Iloka was flagged for an illegal hit to the helmet of Brown after the Steelers wideout caught a touchdown pass with 3:51 remaining in the fourth quarter.

Though, common logic seems to indicate that Iloka should have never been suspended in the first place. A fine should have more than done the trick here, which the NFL appeals process seemed to clarify with the decision on Wednesday.

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