Report: Washington's Bostic not expected to be suspended for hit on Dalton

The Washington Football Team defeated the Dallas Cowboys 25-3, while the Cowboys also lost starting quarterback Andy Dalton after a helmet-on-helmet collision.

Linebacker Jon Bostic is not expected to be suspended for his shoulder-to-head hit on quarterback Andy Dalton in the Dallas Cowboys' 25-3 blowout of Washington on Sunday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Bostic, who was ejected for the play, knocked Dalton out of the game with the late hit on the sliding Cowboys quarterback.

Dalton, who walked off the field with help from teammates, was 9-of-19 for 75 yards before being concussed.

"He doesn’t really remember what happened," said rookie Ben DiNucci, who suited up in relief of Dalton.

With files from The Associated Press.

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