DETROIT DEFENSIVE tackle Ndamukong Suh will not be disciplined by the league for his alleged behavior during Sunday's loss against Indianapolis.
ESPN.com, citing a league source, reported that Colts players said Suh gave right tackle Winston Justice a concussion while blocking him on an interception return, and then stood over Justice and mocked him as he lay injured on the field.
No penalty was called and the league said video replay did not indicate a violation.
An MRI confirmed Chicago linebacker Brian Urlacher has a Grade 2 hamstring strain, and is expected to miss the next three games, and possibly the rest of the regular season, the Chicago Tribune reported.
* Arizona safety Kerry Rhodes confirmed he had a run-in with teammate Darnell Dockett at the end of Sunday's game against the New York Jets, but denied that Dockett spit in his face.
* Washington cornerback Cedric Griffin was suspended four games without pay for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances.
Griffin will miss the rest of the regular season and be eligible to return to the active roster on Dec. 31.
* Hall of Fame quarterback Bart Starr collapsed during a speech in Madison, Wis., but appeared to be OK.
The former Green Bay quarterback and coach finished speaking at the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority conference, then collapsed on stage. Authority spokesman Kevin Fischer said the 78-year-old Starr then sat up and said he was fine.
* Grady Allen, father of Oakland coach Dennis Allen and a former NFL linebacker, has died. He was 66. Grady Allen played 59 games over 5 years as a linebacker with the Atlanta Falcons.