Count 'em -- six fines over four years worth over $342,000 for who many consider the NFL's dirtiest player.

Ndamukong Suh of the Detroit Lions got yet another fine for his illegal chop block of Minnesota Vikings center John Sullivan after an interception by a Lions, which led to a touchdown. Detroit won the game 34-24 over the Vikings.

The NFL fined Suh $100,000 after reviewing the block and it's the highest on-field fine in NFL history. Only New England Patriots' coach Bill Belichick and former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis have paid higher fines than Suh, who now has been fined by the league six times for more than 342,000 in his four seasons.

Suh was the Lions' first pick in the 2010 draft and signed a deal worth $65 million. Maybe he's trying to give it all back!

Watch it here. Do you think it was a dirty play?