Vontaze Burfict Triumphantly Exits Field After Ejection


The oft-punished Vontaze Burfict has been disciplined once again-the Bengals linebacker was ejected from Cincinnati's game against the Titans after he made contact with an official.

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ESPN's Adam Schefter, one of the most reliable and best-sourced National Football League reporters, posted a report on ESPN's blog Monday following Burfict's run-in with a down judge on the sideline during the Bengals-Titans game in Nashville Sunday. The second penalty was for making contact with a referee during an altercation with a Titans offensive lineman.

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Two plays earlier, Burfict was called for a personal foul after hitting DeMarco Murray late out of bounds. This is the first ejection in Burfict's career, but he has been penalized several other times.

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Burfict was suspended for suspended for the first three games for an illegal hit in the preseason. Between suspensions that have cost him game checks and fines, Burfict has now forfeited just under $2.2 million during his career.