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Asked about dirty play, Suh says: I don’t know what you’re talking about

Kirk Cousin

AP

Ndamukong Suh is on a new team this season, but he’s facing the familiar allegations of dirty play.

After his Dolphins won at Washington on Sunday, Suh was asked about a couple of different plays on which he appeared to take cheap shots. In both cases, Suh said he wasn’t aware of any reason anyone should accuse him of playing dirty.

Although Suh appeared to kick Washington running back Alfred Morris on one play, he said afterward that he didn’t remember it.

“I tackled him plenty of times during the game. So, no, I’m not really sure what you’re speaking of,” Suh said, via Mark Maske of the Washington Post.

Suh also appeared to poke Washington’s Morgan Moses in the eye, but he said the only eye poking he saw was his teammate Derrick Shelby getting poked.

I don’t know. The only guy that I saw got poked in the eye was my guy Shelby,” Suh said.

So Suh is unaware of anything he could have done that anyone might call dirty. We’ll see if the league office sees anything worthy of a fine or a suspension.