You'll recall that Seymour was ejected Sunday for throwing an unprovoked haymaker at Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger in the Raiders' 35-3 loss. NFL fans nationwide are agreeing that it couldn't have happened to a better quarterback.
But NBC and Sports Illustrated football authority Peter King writes in this week's "Monday Morning Quarterback" column that the punching incident will cost Seymour "at least $20,000 from the league office, and perhaps a one-game suspension."
These league office punishment decisions usually come down on Tuesday, and take effect with that weekend's games.
So if Seymour does get suspended a game, it would likely be announced Tuesday and it would likely be effective for this Sunday's Raiders home game against the Miami Dolphins.