Later in the game, Brown was on the receiving end of Iloka's helmet-to-helmet, defenseless receiver penalty as he hauled in a game-tying TD in the fourth quarter.
Both Smith-Schuster and Iloka will be eligible to return to their team's active rosters on Monday, December 11 following the Baltimore-Pittsburgh and Chicago-Cincinnati games on December 10.
The Bengals (5-7) host the Bears (3-9) on Sunday. It's absolutely absurd. Like I said, it's Steelers vs.
Smith-Schuster wasn't ejected for his hit on Burfict, but just as we saw earlier this week with Rob Gronkowski, a suspension wouldn't be out of the realm of possibilities. During the pay, a Cincinnati player stuck his foot out and made contact with Boswell's kicking leg.
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While Lewis wasn't asked about Smith-Schuster's suspension, he said there is no place in the league for his actions after the hit while also referencing Pittsburgh running back Le'Veon Bell's unnecessary roughness penalty against Burfict on the sixth play of the game.
"We don't want any of that stuff", Lewis said Wednesday.
"I don't like to compare players and suspensions, things like that".
"I think the league's been very proactive on that, and I think the players have respect for each other and have a lot of respect for the game". But, I think trying to be able to keep players free from - especially some of those head injuries that do occur - is a big focal point for the league. "Obviously, we don't like the taunting, the standing over him, things like that".
"So I don't think anybody wants that, Coach Tomlin or myself or the clubs". For instance, shortly after Smith-Schuster's punishment was announced, the Twitter police unearthed this hit by Falcons receiver Julio Jones delivered to Vikings safety Andrew Sendejo.