Cowboys’ Trysten Hill suspended two video games by NFL following postgame recreation combat on Thanksgiving


Richard Rodriguez / Contributor

Cowboys defensive deal with Trysten Hill has been suspended by the NFL for 2 video games for his half in an altercation with Raiders offensive lineman John Simpson following Las Vegas’ Thanksgiving win over the Cowboys. 

Hill is suspended with out pay for violations of pointless roughness and unsportsmanlike conduct. The NFL deemed that Hill’s actions had been a violation of Rule 12, Part 2, Article 14, which prohibits placing, swinging at, or clubbing the pinnacle, neck, or face of an opponent with the wrist(s), arm(s), elbow(s), or hand(s). The league additionally decided that Hill had violated Rule 12, Part 3, Article 1, which prohibits any act which is opposite to the commonly understood ideas of sportsmanship. 

Throughout CBS’ postgame protection, cameras captured Hill swinging and knocking Simpson’s helmet off of his head. A scuffle involving a number of gamers from each groups ensued shortly thereafter. 

Hill, who below the league’s Collective Bargaining Settlement can attraction his suspension, is eligible to return to the Cowboys’ roster on Monday, Dec. 13. He’ll miss the Cowboys’ upcoming video games towards the New Orleans Saints and the Washington Soccer Crew. 



Leave a Reply