Found January 30, 2012 on
A Michigan man faces federal charges on accusations he phoned in a bomb threat to the Superdome while the Detroit Lions were playing the New Orleans Saints in the NFL playoffs.
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Avril said the image the league and media have crafted for the Detroit Lions' star defensive tackle isn't fair or accurate.
ESPN is hyping its sit-down interview with Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh on Tuesday night.
In addition to expounding on Ndamukong Suh during Super Bowl festivities Tuesday in Indianapolis, the NFL Network's Warren Sapp also talked the Lions' defense. Such as, is it a top-10 defense? Not yet, he said.
Sapp said he texted Lions general manager Martin Mayhew, his former teammate in Tampa Bay, at one point during the season to ask why the Lions don't move Suh around the defensive line more.
You can say what you want about Warren Sapp, but the man knows more about playing defensive tackle in the NFL than most. His opinions about Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh have merit, and, they are going to sting.
Between the Lions, Red Wings and Tigers, which team has the fastest closing window? It's not the Wings. It's actually the Lions. In the NFL, if you don't move quickly, somebody is moving past you.
Since his suspension for kicking Packers guard Evan Dietrich-Smith on Thanksgiving, Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh took steps to polish up his growing image as a dirty player. Judging from an interview he gave to Hannah Storm of ESPN, Suh is starting to chafe at constantly hearing about the incident and suggestions that he needs…
Johnson was an easy selection. He led the NFL in receiving yards (1,681) and set career highs with 16 touchdowns and 96 catches. But Suh's selection was a bit more debatable.