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Cowboys defensive lineman Trysten Hill should be suspended for this dirty play

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Trysten Hill was considered the best player on the UCF Knights but did not get to play because he was immature. Now, he does this.

The Dallas Cowboys drafted Trysten Hill in the second round after the former UCF Knight defensive tackle dropped because many said he was immature.

Well last night, Hill showed he was still immature. A matter of fact, I am disappointed the NFL did not eject him from the game for alligator rolling on Chris Carson’s knee, which ultimately knocked him out of the game.

Trysten Hill might find his wallet is quite a bit lighter this week. During the 38-31 loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday afternoon, Hill gator rolled with Carson’s leg in his arms and it twisted his body all over the place.

It appears the league office might agree, and Hill will likely be fined for the move — per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network — but no suspension is expected.

Thankfully, the injury Carson suffered is a knee sprain with no structural damage, but additional tests will be run on Monday to be sure.

Seahawks players are calling out the NFL though, because it was wrong. The first one to really make a stink about it was KJ Wright. I have to agree with him saying it looked intentional. The Cowboys defensive tackle was trying to hurt the running back. That is not cool. I am glad the Cowboys lost.

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