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18:51  04 october  2019
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Report: Vontaze Burfict likely to be suspended

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Jets running back Le'Veon Bell does.

In the latest episode of the 17 Weeks from Uninterrupted, SiriusXM, and Pandora, Bell discusses the 12-game suspension that the NFL imposed earlier this week on Burfict.

“There’s certain fine lines you really can’t cross and I feel like he kind of finds it every game,” Bell said regarding Burfict. “It’s like unbelievable. The league did what it did. I’m glad they’re finally trying to bite down on things like that because we don’t want dirty players in the league. Obviously, you don’t want guys to not be able to provide for their family. It’s not like I don’t want him on the field, but I just want him to play clean. If he’s not playing clean then other guys can’t really provide for their families because they’re hurt.”

Report: Vontaze Burfict facing season-long suspension

  Report: Vontaze Burfict facing season-long suspension Raiders linebacker Vontaze Burfict is looking at another suspension for illegal on-field hits and it will reportedly be a lengthy one. Chris Mortenson of ESPN reports that Burfict is facing a season-long ban in response to Sunday’s conduct. Burfict was ejected from the Raiders’ win over the Colts for lowering his head and delivering a helmet-to-helmet [more]

Just seconds after the start of the Steelers and Bengals game, video shows Burfict kicking fullback Roosevelt Nix. Matt Yurus reports.

Steelers running back Le ' Veon Bell is fed up with Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict . After Burfict kicked at the head of Steelers fullback Roosevelt Nix Burfict was suspended for the first three games of last season for cheap shots against the Steelers in the 2015 playoffs, and suspended for the first

That’s a great point. And if the decision comes down to keeping the dirty player from playing or keeping the opponents he injures from playing, it’s more than fair to keep the dirty player from playing.

“I’ve played Vontaze Burfict numerous times and there’s been a lot of plays that people don’t see where it’s been dirty,” Bell said. “He had a bunch of dirty things on me, but in 2015, the one that kind of hurt me on the sideline, he didn’t have to do that.”

That play resulted in Bell suffering a season-ending knee injury.

“It kind of changed my life,” Bell said. “I feel like in 2015 I was on the verge of having my best football year. At that time I was in the best shape of my life, I was doing everything right, so then when I got hurt, it just kind of like set me back and I kind of went into this like, I don’t want to say depression, but it was something close to it. Just because of the fact that I wasn’t able to play football and I was hurt. And it was so hard, it was literally the hardest thing ever for me to come back from a knee injury. Don’t get me wrong, knee injuries happen. But it shouldn’t be like a guy trying to pull you down and wrap their legs around you and pull you back to really fold your leg up. It shouldn’t be like that.”

Vontaze Burfict gets season-long suspension for hit on Colts' Jack Doyle

  Vontaze Burfict gets season-long suspension for hit on Colts' Jack Doyle The Raiders linebacker was tossed from Sunday's game in Indianapolis in the second quarter for unnecessary roughness.The league announced Monday it has suspended the Raiders linebacker for the rest of the 2019 season for his helmet-to-helmet hit on Colts tight end Jack Doyle during Sunday's game.

The Bengals' Vontaze Burfict began the game against the Steelers by kicking a player in the face. Burfict has a long history of dirty plays , including earlier this season. During the preseason, a dirty He wasn' t penalized for Sunday's play , but there is a chance the league will review it for a possible

Vontaze Burfict ’s history of not caring about the Burfict got his first fine in the NFL for hitting Green Bay Packers tight end Ryan Taylor in a not so nice place. The linebacker made a tackle on running back Le ’ Veon Bell that forced him to have season-ending knee surgery, and players on the Steelers

Indeed it shouldn’t. And the league is trying to keep that from happening, by getting Burfict off the field for the rest of the season, possibly hopeful that in 2020 no one will sign him.

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a close up of a person swinging a bat at a ball: Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald (99) pressures Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson (3) during the first quarter at CenturyLink Field on October 3, 2019. 

NFL upholds Raiders' Vontaze Burfict's season-long suspension .
The NFL announced Wednesday it has upheld the suspension of Raiders linebacker Vontaze Burfict."There were no mitigating circumstances on this play," the NFL said in a statement. "Your contact was unnecessary, flagrant and should have been avoided.

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