It seems like NFL fines and Ndamukong Suh go hand in hand.  Soon after losing his appeal on a history making $100,000 fine, Suh received another one after a hit on Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden.  An NFL executive says there’s a special reason the fine was handed down.  Read more after the jump.

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The hit was hardly egregious. Suh charged at Weeden and shoved the Cleveland Browns quarterback to the ground as he released a pass. Suh’s helmet came in contact with Weeden’s chest, enough, the league decided, to warrant discipline. No flag was thrown on the play.

During Friday’s edition of NFL Network’s “NFL Total Access,” NFL vice president of operations Merton Hanks explained why Suh was fined more than the league minimum for what appeared to be a borderline offense.

“The fine amount is more than the minimum because he is a repeat offender, and I want to get Ndamukong Suh’s attention in this regard,” Hanks said. “I’ve got to help him course correct.”

In his three-and-a-half-year career, Suh has been fined seven times for a total of $209,000, plus an additional $165,294 in game checks for a two-game suspension in 2011.