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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.
Thank u Jesus! Only 2.5 more years! #Freedom
— Ngum Suh (@Ngum_suh) October 13, 2012
Ngum eventually clarified what she was actually referring to with her tweeting which wasn’t her brothers time with the Lions.
@yourboymiked Think abt what? Others? I am…In 2.5 yrs I’ll help change many students lives. Ur the 1 who can’t think past FB #BeAshamed
— Ngum Suh (@Ngum_suh) October 14, 2012
4 those of u who don’t know Im the other #Suh who played REAL football(soccer)…My tweets r not always abt @ndamukong_suh #TRYNot2BSoStupid
— Ngum Suh (@Ngum_suh) October 14, 2012
Ndamukong was eventually asked by Anwar Richardson o...
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