The Uruguay international scored in the seventh minute of added time - his 30th goal of the season - to snatch a 2-2 draw but his scoring exploits were overshadowed by what went before.
In clashing with Branislav Ivanovic in the penalty area the striker appeared to bite the defender's arm, but referee Kevin Friend did not see the incident and despite the Chelsea defender's protestations took no action.
The 26-year-old rubbed salt into the wound by heading home Daniel Sturridge's cross with virtually the last touch of the match with the clock showing more than the six added minutes.
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge cancelled out Oscar's 26th-minute opener with an equaliser seven minutes after the break before Eden Hazard's penalty - after Suarez had handled - regained the lead for Chelsea.
Rodgers did not want to comment on the incident until he had seen it for himself - declining the opportunity to view an image in his press conference.
"I hear all sorts of what has supposedly happened but I'll go away, review it and comment later," said Rodgers. "We'll go away and speak to them (owners Fenway Sports Group) afterwards and take it from there.
"This is a club with incredible values and ethics here. As footballers, managers and staff we are representing this great club on and off the field.
"I will always speak openly and honestly about the players and protect them when I can and if I think they are wrong I will tell them - as I have already happened this season with Luis (when the striker admitted to diving).
"People have to accept it when they do wrong if that's what the case is. They have to accept the consequences accordingly. It's disappointing that we are not talking about the football."