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In the final seconds of the Pittsburgh Steelers' 37-30 loss against the New York Giants, rookie wide receiver George Pickens was cited and suspended.

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the Cincinnati Bengals for hitting Bengals receiver Tyler Boyd with a helmet-to-helmet hit.

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Boyd had already collapsed after collecting an attempt at an onside kick when Pickens sprinted in and speared him at the last second.

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Pickens minimized the entire episode and denied any wrongdoing when he was questioned about it on Thursday.

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indicated that because it occurred so late in the game, it wasn't a big issue.

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Pickens took care to underline what a great game he had and said he was more worried about the rest of the game.

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Pickens' lack of maturity raised concerns, which isn't a good sign in all sincerity. 

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Due to their 3-7 record this season, the Steelers are struggling to keep up any semblance of respect.

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Being ok with getting booted because you played well is not exactly an example of the "team first" mentality that head coach Mike Tomlin promotes.