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“The direction the official is when you see that action again, throw the flag,” Blandino told the NFL Network.

Suh knows the league is looking at everything he does, saying nothing in life is fair, but said it won’t make him want to leave the game.

“Not everything is going to go your way in life,” he said. “I understood that and grew up that way. It’s just like for me, I wanted a Nintendo 64 when I was little and my mom said, `No.’ I had to deal with it.”

And, now the Cincinnati Bengals (4-2) have to deal Suh on Sunday when they play at Detroit (4-2). Bengals left tackle Andrew Whitworth said Suh’s after-whistle hits have diminished his ability to be known as a great player, but doesn’t think he’s a dirty player.

“He’s not dirtier than guys that played the game back in the day,” Whitford said. “The real truth is now he plays the game in an era where there’s a TV camera covering every single possible thing on the field and a lot of stuff gets put on film. People know about it. Outside of that, people would never even know some of these antics. I think he plays the game on the borderline level with a lot of intensity and sometimes it carries on into extra stuff.”

NOTES: Lions WR Calvin Johnson (right knee), RB Joique Bell (ribs) and CB Rashean Mathis (groin) were limited Wednesday while S Louis Delmas (knee) and OT Jason Fox (knee) were held out of practice. … WR Patrick Edwards, who was cut earlier this week, was added to the practice squad and FB Shaun Chapas was released from the practice squad.

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