Mike Evans suspended for hit on Marshon Lattimore

Mike Evans suspended for hit on Marshon Lattimore

Mike Evans suspended for hit on Marshon Lattimore

Winston went onto the field, pointing toward the Saints sideline, then with his left index finger vigorously poked Lattimore in the back of the cornerback's helmet.

"Your conduct clearly did not reflect the high standards of sportsmanship expected of a professional", the National Football League wrote in a letter to Evans.

Payton, who ran all the way out to midfield in defense of his player, wasn't happy that Evans was allowed to remain in the game.

Should it hold, Evans will sit out for the Buccaneers (2-6) in Sunday's home game against the New York Jets (4-5) and will be eligible to return to the team's active roster on November 13.

Evans has three days to appeal the suspension.

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Tampa Bay backup quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick missed on a third-down deep ball to receiver DeSean Jackson with Lattimore in coverage.

Saints coach Sean Payton was livid with officials until the flag was finally thrown at Evans for unnecessary roughness. Lattimore shoved Winston lightly in the shoulder, and Evans responded by running at Lattimore and hitting him in the back. "Then Mike Evans came and snapped me from behind". The NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports that Evans is appealing the suspension.

"Totally, totally unacceptable behavior, first by Jameis and then by Mike". That's not acceptable either.

Koetter did not see the play live but after watching the play on tape he said that Evans and possibly Winston should have been ejected. I was glad he wasn't ejected.

Evans said he only saw Lattimore's shove and was trying to protect his quarterback.

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