Found November 04, 2011 on
Warren Sapp would like to see an increasingly "sissified" NFL get back to its roots, and he's asking Lions DT Ndamukong Suh to lead the charge by closing his mouth and playing some football.
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Former NFL defensive tackle Warren Sapp has a problem with the way Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has handled the scrutiny that he’s faced with regards to people accusing him of playing dirty and taunting quarterback Matt Ryan when he was injured a couple of week’s ago when the Lions played the Falcons. Sapp who now [...]
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After his meeting with Roger Goodell, Ndamukong Suh insists he will remain the same player and plans to still play with the same passion and intensity, adding that he "is just a different breed."
ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- Except for a few minor adjustments, what you've seen is what you'll still get from Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh.
In other words, the bad news of the day -- and the rest of the season -- for the opposition is that Suh's meeting with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday will not take away Suh's aggressiveness.
Suh said he came away...
Former NFL defensive tackle Warren Sapp says Ndamukong Suh's visit to meet with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday was a "wasted trip."
"Why are you prancing all the way to the commissioner's office and you almost ripped somebody's helmet off?" Sapp said of Suh. "Are you kidding me? You don't know that's against the rules? That's a wasted trip. ... He almost ripped Jake Delhomme's head off. That doesn't make any sense."
Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has three sacks and 24 tackles this season, but coach Jim Schwartz said he is still having an impact.
Lions fans have taken a series of constant, never ending gut punches over the past several decades, but this latest NFL haymaker may have sent them over the edge.
Less than 24 hours after the NFL suits met with Ndamukong Suh over his alleged dirty, evil play, the NFL continued their vicious, malice fueled attacks on all things Detroit today.
How? They are sending us the worst band...
The Lions' young defensive star said he got some good feedback from the NFL Commissioner during their meeting on Tuesday.
Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh said Wednesday — one day after his meeting with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell — that he won't change the way he plays.
Ndamukong Suh says he has no plans to change his playing style after meeting with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday. Suh spoke with reporters Wednesday. Detroit's star defensive tackle says he wanted a better understanding of how his play was perceived after receiving a handful of flags and fines in his first season-and-a-half with the Lions.
The Lions have been popping up in headlines this season after firing out of the gates with a 5-0 record and more recently with Ndamukong Suh discussing his $42,500 in fines with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. Even during their bye week they remain in the headlines -- this time, thanks to their fans. Lions fans are outraged over the halftime performance scheduled for their Thanksgiving...
If the play-offs started today we would see Da Bears and the Detroit Lions as the NFC’s wild card teams. The Lions have certainly been this year’s surprise team, and they’ve given us something good and wholesome and brisk (Eminem, I named dropped your endorsement) to cheer for this season.
What could be more fun then having reinvigorated Detroit fans yelling for their team...