Iloka and Steelers receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster each got a one-game suspension from the National Football League in the aftermath of Pittsburgh's penalty-filled 23-20 victory at Paul Brown Stadium on Monday night.
Minutes later, Iloka launched head-first at Brown as Brown hauled in the game-tying touchdown, drawing an unnecessary roughness penalty.
Smith-Schuster drilled Burfict while the volatile Cincinnati linebacker was trying to chase after Pittsburgh running back Le'Veon Bell during a late Pittsburgh drive.
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The Bengals (5-7) host the Bears (3-9) on Sunday.
"I didn't think it was warranted", Roethlisberger said.
Iloka found out his suspension was overturned shortly before Wednesday's practice, which he participated in.
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While Vincent allowed the league doesn't have set disciplinary guidelines for a "non-football act" such as Gronkowski's and said Smith-Schuster's taunting did not play a role in the decision-making process, the Steelers can't figure out why Smith-Schuster's actions and Gronkowski's actions ended with the same punishment for violations they hardly consider similar. Some players like the big hits but hate the way they're penalized, while others know the dangers and risks of head injuries.
"I think the league's been very proactive on that, and I think the players have respect for each other and have a lot of respect for the game".
Tomlin met with reporters on Tuesday in Pittsburgh and said, "I'll acknowledge there were some unfortunate things in that game that we don't need in our game - by both sides".
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As Boswell stepped up to take kick the game-winning kick, before he could get a foot on the ball the play was whistled dead for an offside call on Cincy's Josh Shaw. I thought what happened, the play that happened, happened in the context of a football play. "We all do. Some of the things that happen in the game nobody wants to see". I don't think anybody wants that, coach (Mike) Tomlin or myself or any of the clubs.