Confirming Mike Tomlin's assertation from earlier today, Hines Ward won't be fined for his block on Bengals' rookie linebacker Keith Rivers that ended with Rivers suffering a broken jaw.
But the NFL will likely be looking into the admission of Baltimore's Terrell Suggs that the Ravens have a bounty on Ward's head.
Bounties are a no-no in the NFL, which is desperately trying to shed any kind of thug mentality.
It also shows that Suggs isn't too bright to admit something like that on a radio show.
But nobody has ever accused Suggs or his fellow partner in crime, Bart Scott, of being all that bright.