One of the NFL's most brutal attackers and controversial players was on his way out of the league thanks to his seventh career debut.
Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict suffered a concussion on Sunday against the Cleveland Browns. According to ESPN it was his second this month, the last one came on December 2 against the Denver Broncos.
He was captured on video when he met a coach who led him off the field When asked about the Bengals' injury to the Browns, head coach Marvin Lewis said, "You're not a doctor and I'm not a doctor either."
Burfict is in seventh place with the Bengals and has not played more than 11 games in the last five seasons, either due to injury, suspension due to dirty field punches or failed drug testing.
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Burfict has missed ten games in his career due to suspensions.
The 28-year-old was referred to as the "Dirty Player" due to his league goals
One of his most notable hits came in the playoffs against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the NFL P 2015 layoffs He placed Pittsburgh Steelers & # 39; Antonio Brown with a hit from helmet to helmet in the air, which cost the Bengals a victory.
This season, he was fined $ 112,000 for unnecessary roughness against Brown and Steelers, who ran back James Conner, according to the NFL .com