So the Pittsburgh Steelers are peeved and the NFL is reportedly looking into a pass-rush situation in which Dolphins defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh seemed to kick Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger last Sunday.
The investigation into the play continues.
Suh, however, was not fined for the action this week, per a league source.
He is so far the luck one because three Dolphins were fined for unsportsmanlike conduct penalties in Week Six -- or the Pittsburgh game.
Jay Ajayi, Damien Williams and Ju'Wuan James were all fined $12,154.
As to the Suh incident, Miami coach Adam Gase Friday supported Suh's work on the play in question. Gase said he didn't notice the play the first time he went through the tape but went back and looked when the mini-controversy arose from the Steelers' complaints.
And after watching the play again, Gase said he saw a guy playing hard and trying to get to the quarterback.
"He’s trying to figure out a way to get to the quarterback," Gase said. "I don’t know if I can comment on it past that. I just know how I’ve watched him play. He just goes as hard as he can and he does everything he can to try to sack the quarterback."
We'll see what the NFL says on the matter in the coming days.