"He's, obviously, healthy, looked good. He's excited to be back and focused on the Oakland Raiders," Schwartz said Monday, via the Free Press.
"I'd be very surprised if it showed up on his radar again," Schwartz added. "He's a very prideful person. He wants to do anything he can to help the team, so I would be surprised if something like that happened again."
"You certainly don't want to try to coach guys to be scared or to play to avoid penalties," Schwartz said. "You want to (coach) them to play as hard and as physical as they can. You want to be smart before the snap, you want to be smart after the whistle -- and those are things we expect from Ndamukong."