Read Mike Mitchell's full rant on National Football League rules, suspensions

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Steelers safety Mike Mitchell puts the blame for this squarely on his peers in the National Football League who voted to approve the current CBA.

Lewis goes on to make a weird point about women's MMA, but then says that forcing defenders to give opponents time to make a football move is "not football". Because now I don't gotta wear heavy sh-t. And at first you're taking our money, but now I got assholes like Matt Hasselbeck calling me a dirty player and trying my character, and we never met before. "I feel like I gotta ask an offensive player, 'Is it OK for me to hit you right now before I hit you?' And that's insane".

Mitchell pointed out that some of the illegal hits result from quarterbacks throwing an inaccurate pass that forces a receiver to dive, resulting in the player being hit in the head.

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Mitchell said that happened two years ago on his hit on Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert, eliciting a hefty fine.

While Mitchell can quibble about the league equating Gronkowski's late hit to Smith-Schuster's block, this is one area in which the NFL's discipline actually appears to be rather consistent. It seems to be more about P.R. than precedent, and it's important that the league have a system that makes clear what will and what won't result in significant consequences. "I get the league having player safety that's fine but don't tell me those are the same offense".

"That's 50 grand out of my pocket because Andy [Dalton] throws a bad ball", he said. That's insane. I'm going to mess around and get hurt trying to protect an offensive player because he's running an over route.

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"We're always the last line of defense on bang-bang plays". Make that make sense. "You have to know what the risk is when you sign up". So don't give me that name. Foster said. "That's who I see it. You know what I'm saying?" There's no way - I see two people get post-play penalties, post-play infractions that don't have to do with football and you get the same suspension as a guy who is making a football play in a football game. We've got to do better as players when we sign the next CBA.

Jones had said he did not feel the committee understood his demand that all owners have a voice in approving the terms of Goodell's extension. You never get to see us line somebody up in a hole like a linebacker. There needs to be a set guideline on how you do what you do. It's absolutely absurd. But like I said, man, Steelers versus the world.

"There's so much beauty and so much aggression and physical nature of the game without hitting people in their head", Umenyiora said. He wants to hit dudes and he wants to play the game of football the way he grew up playing it.

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