Greg Jennings says Ndamukong Suh's previous incidents have led to increased media attention. 

By SI Wire
September 14, 2015

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Greg Jennings told SI Now that he believes teammate Ndamukong Suh's history of incidents have led to increased media attention that isn't always deserved.

Suh's most recent controversy came on Sunday, when the former Lions defensive tackle knocked off Redskins running back Alfred Morris's helmet after a hit. 

“I've played against this guy for years both in Minnesota and Green Bay,” Jennings said. “I know he plays with an edge. He knows he plays with an edge. But in all fairness to him, he is playing a game that is physical and he's a very physical player. When you see stuff like that, it's not always intentional. I'm not saying there's thing that he has done in his past that was intentional or not but we can't isolate and pinpoint everything he does as ‘Oh that was intentional’ or we're going to take away from his intensity and what he does that makes him such a special player in this league.”

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The NFL will not discipline Suh for knocking off Morris’s helmet following a tackle in Sunday's win over the Redskins, league spokesman Michael Signora confirmed Monday.

“Suh’s action was not deemed a kick,” Signora said Monday.

Suh, 28, has a history of getting into trouble. He was suspended for stepping on Aaron Rodgers’s leg in Week 17 last season, though his suspension was overturned on appeal. In 2011, he appeared to stomp on the arm of Packers guard Evan Dietrich-Smith, resulting in a suspension.

Watch Suh's latest controversy below: 


- Christopher Chavez

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