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George Iloka shouldn’t have been suspended

The ruling on the one-game suspension imposed by the league on Bengals safety George Iloka should be coming any minute now. Regardless of whether hearing officer Derrick Brooks overturns or reduces the discipline, a suspension should never have been implemented in the first place. Iloka’s helmet-to-helmet hit on Steelers receiver Antonio Brown merits a fine, [more]
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American Football / NFL : USAToday: NFL

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The aftermath: Bengals' Iloka has suspension overturned

American Football / NFL : USAToday: NFL

Bengals safety George Iloka had his one-game suspension overturned, leaving him with a $36,464.50 fine for his hit to Antonio Brown's head        

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American Football / NFL : USAToday: NFL

Bengals safety George Iloka had his one-game suspension overturned on appeal Wednesday, leaving him with a $36,464.50 fine for his hit to Antonio Brown's head on Monday night        

Bengals safety George Iloka has his suspension overturned on appeal

American Football / NFL : Shutdown Corner

Cincinnati Bengals safety George Iloka was suspended one game for a hit on Steelers receiver Antonio Brown, but he won his appeal and will just be fined instead.

George Iloka’s suspension overturned

American Football / NFL : ProFootballTalk

What seemed to be an emotional overreaction in suspending Bengals safety George Iloka apparently looked different after hearing officer Derrick Brooks slept on it. The league announced that Brooks overturned Iloka’s one-game suspens...

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