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Frequently decried as a cheap-shotting menace on the field and a reckless driver off of it, Ndamukong Suh could use a bit of positive PR. Saving the life of a fellow celebrity could be just that. Does it count if that celebrity is Louie Anderson? I suppose that’s for the public to decide.
Comedian Louie Anderson narrowly averted disaster this week at a taping of “Splash” — because he nearly sank to the bottom of the pool from sheer exhaustion — but thankfully, Detroit Lions star Ndamukong Suh came to the rescue.
Sources close to the production tell TMZ, Louie — who’s a contestant on the show — was practicing his dives on Wednesday when he became a little too bushed to pull himself up the ladder … falling back into the water again and again.
We’re told Louie eventually had to be rescued by Suh and divemaster Greg Louganis — who physically lifted the foundering funnyman to the poolside. Louie then sat coughing up water for several seconds.
Cheers to Suh. I believe this act entitles hi...
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Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, competing in the reality diving show Splash, came to the aid of Louie Anderson when the comedian couldn't make it out of the pool.
We recently discussed Titus Young’s recent outbursts that could ensure that he will not remain with the Detroit Lions.
During that post it was suggested that he have a heart-to-heart with another infamous malcontent Terrell Owens.
Now Owens has spoken out.
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For a League that hands out $10,500 dollar fines for wearing your socks too low in a game, you’d think they’d get their own uniform rules right…
During Sunday’s Pro Bowl in Honolulu, the NFL had Lions Pro Bowlers Ndamukong Suh and Don Muhlbach were sporting the NFC jerseys with Lions logo on the upper right chest.
The only problem was it was the logo used prior to...
Some Detroit Lions fans wanted to blow up the whole team following a 4-12 season, starting with the firing of the coach and general manager.
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The Lions announced Tuesday they are replacing the original FieldTurf that was installed at Ford Field when it opened in 2002 with an updated version for the 2013 season.
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Wide receiver Titus Young was a big headache for the Detroit Lions this past season and things haven’t gotten any better now that they’re season is over. He’s already threatened that he will stop playing football if he doesn’t get the football more next season and that he’s ready for the Lions to cut him.
Former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens has some advice for Young...
When it comes to wearing out your welcome with an NFL team, Terrell Owens is an expert. No one would ever confuse T.O. with a quiet player who minds his own business. It’s often been said that those who can’t do should instead teach, which is why it makes sense on some level that Owens recently had a bit of advice for Detroit Lions receiver Titus Young.
Young, who has tremendous...
We’ve chronicled the back and forth between Lions wide receiver Titus Young and himself, seeing as though the Lions have never really responded twitter rants.
Young is headed down a bad road and received some advise from an unlikely source. Unemployed wide receiver Terrell Owens was in Detroit the Professional Bowlers Association team he owns, and per NFL.com, had some wisdom...
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Former NFL star receiver Terrell Owens, team owner of the PBA Tour’s Dallas Strikers, threw out the ceremonial first ball, along with Jerome Bettis, to get the competition under way at noon Sunday at Thunderbowl Lanes in Allen Park, MI. [Photo]
Tim Twentyman of Lions.com writes that the Detroit Lions are considering drafting Alabama CB Dee Milliner with the No. 5 overall pick in this year’s NFL Draft.
Twentyman adds that Milliner’s size (6-1, 197) is an attribute that defensive coordinator Gunther Cunningham “covets” in defensive backs.
GM Martin Mayhew mentioned that he has eye on impact defensive players and...
General Motors CEO Dan Ackerson has eyes on GM becoming the “world’s most valuable automotive company” and he isn’t afraid to put others down to get there.
Ackerson was in Fairfax, Kansas Monday for GM’s announcement of expanding a local $600-million assembly and stamping plant for the Chevy Malibu and Buick LaCrosse. He empathized with any Kansas City Chiefs fans in...
In 2011, the Detroit Lions made the playoffs for the first time since Barry Sanders was still with the team. Fans were excited and they were a confident team. Matthew Stafford finally stayed healthy and had a great season, throwing for over 5,000 yards. Calvin Johnson continued his dominance and Ndamukong Suh was becoming a star. Coach Jim Schwartz seemed liked a great find. Then...