Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs accused the NFL of giving special treatment to quarterbacks Tom Brady and Peyton Manning, according to Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
"The league has their favorites," Suggs reportedly said. "One being in Indy and one being with that other team up north. Besides those two, everybody is fair game. Some quarterbacks are getting the calls right away. Some quarterbacks they don't care.
The 28-year-old went on to say that he thinks Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison has been "red-flagged" by the referees.
The NFL fined Harrison $25,000 on Tuesday for a hit on Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. It was his fourth fine of the season.
Harrison said on Wednesday that he believes he is being unfairly targeted for hard hits.