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Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh exploded onto the NFL scene as a rookie in 2010, earning Associated Press Defensive Rookie of the Year honors while leading all defensive tackles in sacks (10) and becoming the first rookie defensive tackle to garner first-team All-Pro accolades since 1951. But 2011 was a different story. Suh missed two games…
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Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh told a Phoenix radio station today that he doesn't consider himself the best at his position in the NFL and that he thinks of himself as a leader. He also doesn't plan to leave the Lions - even when he is scheduled to become a free agent in 2016.
Ndamukong Suh stomping on Evan Dietrich-Smith Getty Images
Ndamukong Suh, All-Pro defensive tackle for the Detroit Lions, was suspended two games last season for stomping on Green Bay Packers’ offensive lineman Evan Dietrich-Smith during a nationally televised game on Thanksgiving Day. During his first two years in the league, Suh has been flagged nine times for personal fouls...
Super Bowl referee John Parry said Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh does not get singled out by NFL officials because of his dirty reputation.
According to ProFootballTalk.com, the Detroit Lions and linebacker Stephen Tulloch are far apart in contract negotiations.
Ndamukong Suh has slapped (stomped?) togethter quite a notorious resume in his first two seasons in the league, but NFL referee John Parry said the reputation of the Lions star doesn't proceed him.
"I think it could be a very successful tandem," Sanders told Tim Twentyman, of the Detroit Lions team website.
Lions quarterback Drew Stanton will be an unrestricted free agent this offseason, and the former Michigan State Spartan knows that his NFL future might be with another team.
PFT Live: Mike Florio suggests that the Lions keep Cliff Avril and Stephen Tulloch, beef up their offensive line and replace Jahvid Best. (NBC Sports)
The stated offseason goal of Lions head coach Jim Schwartz is to retain the team's own free agents. That might be easier said than done.
Frank Krmel Jr. Lions fan who enjoys a couple of Sunday afternoons in the stands at Ford Field during football season.