Weekend In NFL: Ndamukong Suh Stomps On Aaron Rodgers, Odell Beckham Jr. Wows Again

With the regular NFL season a wrap (Dec. 28), the Green Bay Packers emerged victorious with a 30-20 win over the Detroit Lions. D-Town’s resident stomp artist, Ndamukong Suh, (see 2011’s suspension for stomping on Packers center Evan Dietrich-Smith) got to stepping on Packers’ quarterback Aaron Rodgers’ lower leg twice. Rodgers was already suffering from a calf injury from the match against Tampa Bay a week ago and felt some type of way. “I didn’t see it, but there’s some history there,” said Packers right guard T.J. Lang. “So obviously until I see the play, I can have a better judgment call of that, but Aaron said he stepped on him and didn’t really appreciate it, so.” League spokesman Michael Signora said the NFL will review the play. [ESPN]

The Pittsburgh Steelers put in work Sunday to clinch the AFC North title, beating the Cincinnati Bengals a second time this season, 27-17. A glimpse at the numbers shows Steelers’ QB Ben Roethlisberger threw for 317 yards and two touchdowns while Steelers’ wide receiver Antonio Brown made like Frogger and clocked in 128 receiving yards along with two highlight reel-worthy TDs. Pittsburgh running back Le’Veon Bell didn’t find cause for celebration as he hyperextended his right knee in the third quarter. [Bleacher Report]

This week in Odell Beckham news, the New York Giants’ wide receiver made another ridiculous catch during their losing bout against the Philadelphia Eagles, 36-27. [SB Nation]

The San Francisco 49ers bid an emotional farewell to their coach of four seasons, Jim Harbaugh. He finishes his Niners career with a 44-19-1 record and three trips to the NFC Championship game before heading off to Ann Arbor for his new gig as the highest-paid coach in college football. [NFL.com]

The Jets, Falcons and Bears spent the Monday after cleaning house as NYJ coach Rex Ryan and general manager John Idzik were axed and Atlanta coach Mike Smith got the boot. The Raiders also switched things up as Tony Sparano steps in as coach after Dennis Allen’s firing. Track more of Black Monday changes here. [CBS Sports]