PHILADELPHIA — The NFL says Terrell Suggs' hit on Sam Bradford's knees on Saturday night wasn't illegal and shouldn't have been a penalty.Chip Kelly disagrees.Ravens linebacker Suggs was called for roughing the passer after a low hit on Bradford in the first quarter of Philadelphia's 40-17 win over Baltimore. Suggs said the quarterback is fair game on zone-read plays. Dean Blandino, the league's vice president of officiating, agreed."Because the quarterback has an option, he's considered a runner until he either clearly doesn't have the football or he re-establishes himself as a passer," Blandino said Monday. "So it's not a foul by rule."But Kelly, the Eagles coach, said the play was a simple handoff out of a shotgun formation. Replays show Bradford didn't try to carry out a fake."That's not a zone-read play. On a zone-read play, a quarterback can get hit," Kelly said. "Not every shotgun run is a zone-read play. We don't run as much zone-read as everybody thinks we do. Are they going to hit every quarterback in the league when they hand off in a shotgun?"That's up to the league."Kelly said he hadn't spoken to Blandino yet."I think it'll be troubling for the league if every quarterback in the shotgun can get it (after a handoff)," Kelly said." Nelson's season over: The Packers said star receiver Jordy Nelson suffered a "significant right knee injury" that will cost him the season. The Pro Bowl pick was hurt in Sunday's preseason game at Pittsburgh. According to media reports, Nelson tore his ACL. Geno in camp: Jets quarterback Geno Smith returned to the field at the team's practice facility for the first time since a teammate's punch broke his jaw on Aug. 11. Ikemefuna Enemkpali punched Smith in the locker room and was cut that day; the Bills have since claimed the linebacker. Smith, expected to miss 6-10 weeks, had surgery to insert metal plates and screws. Pierre-Paul update: NFL Network reported that defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul, the former USF standout, will arrive at the team's facility before the Sept. 13 regular-season opener. Pierre-Paul has been recovering since he injured his hand in a fireworks mishap on July 4. Bears: The league suspended defensive lineman Jeremiah Ratliff for the first three games of the regular season without pay. The ban was triggered by his guilty plea in April to a DWI charge that stemmed from a January 2013 arrest. Browns: The team believes backup quarterback Johnny Manziel's sore elbow could be the result of his slinging arm motion, something the Browns won't try to change. Manziel did not throw during practice Monday. Lions: Offensive lineman Rob Sims, who was a free agent after his contract with Detroit expired, announced his retirement. Patriots: Receiver Reggie Wayne, who spent 14 seasons with the Colts before being released in the offseason, agreed to a deal with the Patriots. Texans: Brian Hoyer was named the starting quarterback over Ryan Mallett, coach Bill O'Brien announced.