At the end of a game punctuated by at least three disconcerting injuries, the Ravens' Ray Lewis asked the NFL to drop the hammer on Browns quarterback Brady Quinn for his low bridge on Terrell Suggs.
Lewis, who drew a $25,000 fine from the league for two incidents in the Ravens' Oct 11 game against the Cincinnati Bengals, said the hit on Suggs after a third-quarter interception was a dirty play.
"Heck yeah, it was a cheap shot, when you're running down and you're looking at the quarterback going at somebody's knees who doesn't even have the ball," Lewis said after Baltimore's 16-0 win over the Browns on Monday night. "I want to see if he gets the same fine I got or even higher. Now this man [Suggs] is out four or five weeks because of some baloney like that.
"That's an illegal blow. I don't care how you want to look at it."
The linebacker-defensive end is expected to miss time starting with Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts. Suggs left the stadium with his right leg in a brace and will have an MRI today. He has not missed a game in his seven-year career.