Longest NFL suspensions for on-field conduct

The NFL's longest suspensions for on-field conduct or gambling:

Life - Art Schlichter, Indianapolis, gambling, suspended for one year on June 1983. Was released following the 1985 season; pleaded guilty to an illegal gambling charge April 1, 1987. NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle did not reinstate him after Schlichter applied for permission to re-sign.

Indefinite - Gregg Williams, New Orleans, bounties, 2012 season.

1 year - Sean Payton, New Orleans, bounties, 2012 season.

1 year - Jonathan Vilma, New Orleans, bounties, 2012 season.

1 year - Paul Hornung, Green Bay, gambling, 1963 season.

1 year - Alex Karras, Detroit, gambling, 1963 season.

8 games - Mickey Loomis, New Orleans, bounties, 2012 season.

8 games - Anthony Hargrove, Green Bay, part of New Orleans bounties, 2012 season.

6 games - Joe Vitt, New Orleans, bounties, 2012 season.

5 games - Albert Haynesworth, Tennessee, stomping, 2006 season.

4 games - Will Smith, New Orleans, bounties, 2012 season.

3 games - Scott Fujita, Cleveland, part of New Orleans bounties, 2012 season.

2 games - Ndamukong Suh, Detroit, stomping, 2011 season.

1 game - James Harrison, Pittsburgh, illegal hit, 2011 season.

1 game - Eric Smith, N.Y. Jets, helmet-to-helmet hit, 2008 season (plus $50,000 fine).

1 game - Kenoy Kennedy, Denver, illegal hit, 2002 season.

1 game - Rodney Harrison, San Diego, helmet-to-helmet hit, 2002 season.

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