Earlier this morning, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that Ndamukong Suh would receive at least a two game suspension for stomping a Packers player's arm during the third quarter of the Thanksgiving Day Game. Shortly thereafter, FOX's Jay Glazer said that there was a Commissioner's office meeting this morning about Suh to make a decision. Glazer said that he was hearing one-to-two games, but nothing more at this point.
Hmm, while Schefter and Glazer are two of the best scoopers, that's peculiar because the NFL explicitly said they would wait until after the Week 12 games are complete to make a decision. Naturally, Detroit beat writer Dave Birkett reached out to the NFL about the reports:
It seems a suspension is coming, but nothing is set in stone as of yet. We'll likely hear on Tuesday.