We've talked a couple times this week in reflection of the league's push towards greater discipline for what they are referring to as illegal hits -- notably helmet-to-helmet and massive collisions on defenseless receivers. These consequences are promised to generate increasing fines and possibly suspensions. Active and former players are complaining, but the reality is, everyone has no choice but to adapt.
So NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell sent a video to all 32 teams showing the types of hits that would warrant a suspension. And according to Joe Reedy, T.J. Ward's hit on Jordan Shipley was an example of the type of "hits (that) would be subject to suspensions."