Found October 23, 2011 on Shutdown Corner:
  We know that Detroit Lions super-tackle Ndamukong Suh doesn't have a lot of respect for quarterbacks — he's exhibited this through his NFL career with roughing the passer penalties that have been legit at times, and he's displayed a certain proclivity for twisting the heads of certain Ohio-based quarterbacks (specifically, Cleveland's Jake Delhomme in 2010 and Cincinnati's Andy Dalton in 2011) as if they were bottle tops. But according to several members of the Atlanta Falcons' offense, Suh took things way too far after Atlanta quarterback Matt Ryan was injured on a freak play in the third quarter of the Falcons' 23-16 win at Detroit's Ford Field.   The play, which had Ryan in obvious pain after his right ankle bent in a bad way after he tripped over tackle Will Svitek. Ryan came off the field and returned to action shortly thereafter, but per Jeff Schultz of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Suh and at least one teammate went over the line verball...
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