Report: Cowboys' Hill won't be suspended for postgame swing

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Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Trysten Hill won't be suspended for swinging at a Las Vegas Raiders offensive lineman following their Thanksgiving game, a source told Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.

The NFL will reportedly review Hill's actions for a possible fine. He knocked off John Simpson's helmet during the altercation, which was captured on video.

Hill recorded five tackles in the contest, which the Cowboys lost in overtime. The two teams combined to draw 28 flags worth 276 yards, making it one of the most penalized games in recent memory.

The Cowboys' Kelvin Joseph and the Raiders' Roderic Teamer, who were ejected following a scrap that ensued at the end of a punt, also won't be suspended but could be fined, according to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero.

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