The league confirmed the decision later Tuesday in a statement.
Mays can't practice this week or be at the Broncos' practice facility or stadium for any other activities during the suspension. He will be reinstated Monday. Mays plans on appealing the ban.
Mays' helmet-to-helmet hit in the third quarter of Houston's 31-25 win knocked off Schaub's helmet and took a piece of the quarterback's ear with it. Schaub missed one play before returing to the game. Mays later apologized for injuring Schaub and added he wasn't a headhunter, just someone who "play(s) fast."