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Here’s a lesson in waiting to hear both sides of the story before passing ultimate judgement… even in Ndamukong Suh’s case who has made his fair share of off the field (and on the field) mistakes.According to the Dearborn Police (via a 911 tape obtained by FOX2 News), Suh actually called 911 first and didn’t leave the scene of the accident like he was originally accused back in the early morning hours of October 11th.Last week, Steve Vines of Livonia told police and local media that the Lions DT sideswiped him damaging his car and left the scene of the accident forcing him to call 911. We now know that at least some of that statement is false as Suh contacted police at 6:28AM ET, one minute before Vines’ call went in.Here is a portion of that 911 call made by Suh:“Yeah, I have a guy that just cut me off and I tried to go around him, and now he tried to hit me when I went around him after he cut me off,” Suh said on the 911 call. “I don’t trust this person. I just took his license pl...
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In football, they say the tape doesn't lie.
The same can be said for 911 calls.
Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has been accused of leaving the scene of an accident last week by the driver of the other vehicle, Steve Vines.
Suh and Vines were involved in a fender-bender the morning of Oct. 11 near the Lions' practice facility in Allen Park.
It’s not easy to get anything out of Lions DT Ndamukong Suh, but it seems like he wants to remain with the Lions when his contract is voidable after the 2014 season.
Speculation about Suh’s desire to remain in Detroit arose when his sister and public relations manager Ngum Suh tweeted what initially looked to be a cryptic post on her brothers desire to stay with the Lions.
Under the lights of Soldier Field, on the big stage of Monday Night Football, the Detroit Lions have a chance.It’s more than just a chance to win the game, it’s a chance to prove they belong in the conversation of top NFL teams.Heading into this week seven Monday night matchup, Detroit has a disappointing record of 2-3. With back-to-back losses to Tennessee and Minnesota, the...
Lance Louis has thus far been the most consistent offensive lineman on the team during the 2012 season. Louis has been a solid run blocker and an even better pass blocker. However to this point in the five games he's started he hasn't faced a player of the same caliber as Ndamukong Suh.
Suh has been a dominant force since his arrival in the NFL. He leads the league...
If one was struggling to locate a list of top running backs in the NFL they would only need to review the Detroit Lions schedule -- making the task of stopping Monday night's opposing running back Matt Forte a challenge, but not necessarily foreign.
Detroit Lions (2-3) at Chicago Bears (4-1)
This week, I put the Bears 1st in my Power Rankings. With the exception of the Thursday Night loss to Green Bay, the Bears have looked great this season, winning every game by 16 or more and only surrendering 7 sacks in 4 games. While you can’t completely ignore what happened on Thursday Night Football, it’s unreasonable to put too much...
With injuries afflicting the team's defensive backfield, sixth-round draft choice Jonte Green will likely see the field against Jay Cutler and Chicago's offense Monday night. Jim Schwartz commented on Green's improvement at practice this week.