Steelers' Ramon Foster: Vontaze Burfict 'wasn't the only guy' to spit

Steelers player says Burfict spit on David DeCastro (1:10)

Jeremy Fowler discusses Steelers guard Ramon Foster saying Vontaze Burfict spit on David DeCastro during Pittsburgh's game against Cincinnati. (1:10)

PITTSBURGH -- Apparently the Cincinnati Bengals left it all out on the field -- and then some -- in Saturday's night's wild-card loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Steelers guard Ramon Foster confirmed Vontaze Burfict spit on guard David DeCastro during the game, but said Foster wasn't the only Bengals player to commit the act.

"He wasn't the only guy," said Foster on 93.7 The Fan Pittsburgh on Tuesday. "I will say that he had another culprit out there with him."

The NFL on Monday suspended Burfict for three games of the 2016 season because of multiple issues with unsportsmanlike conduct.

Foster called the spitting uncommon and a "huge offense." In a game that surpassed chippy and got dangerous because of heavy hitting from both teams, misconduct is not entirely unexpected.

Still, the behavior seemed to surprise Foster.

"You take that as sign of major disrespect," Foster told The Fan. "I don't care what venue you're in -- basketball, football, hockey, or you're at your neighborhood bar -- spitting on somebody is unacceptable."