NFL's Damontae Kazee suspension is upheld for the season. 

The National Football League has decided to uphold Damontae Kazee's punishment for the remainder of the season. 

The Pittsburgh Steelers safety Damontae Kazee was ejected from the game on Sunday for a hit he delivered to Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr. 

During Saturday's 30-13 victory over the Steelers 

As a result of the incident, Kazee was suspended for the remainder of the regular season.

The sentence was handed down by the league after taking into consideration Kazee's past, since he has been punished five times for conduct that is regarded to be unsportsmanlike during this season. 

The National Football League (NFL) upheld the penalty after hearing Kazee's appeal on Tuesday. 

Hearing officer James Thrash, who was appointed jointly by the National Football League and the National Football Players Association, has upheld Damontae Kazee's ban for the duration of the regular season. 

Kazee would be entitled to return to the active roster for the playoffs, according to Thrash's decision, provided that the club is able to qualify for the playoffs. 

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