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Ndamukong Suh, the linchpin of the Detroit Lions defense -- and the player most responsible for the team's growing "bad boy" reputation -- rejoined the Lions on Monday following his two game suspension for stomping on a Green Bay Packers offensive lineman Nov. 24.
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The Lions' embattled defensive tackle is not having the best couple of weeks, with the latest incident being a radio interview gone wrong that ended with Suh walking out on the hosts.
It was made official Monday. Ndamukong Suh is back in the good graces of the NFL, having served a 2 game suspension for hating on arms.
So what now for Suh?
Remedial driving lesions might come in handy. That, or a staid, low horsepower, front wheel drive compact car in any color other than red.
As for football?
Suh can start playing like the same pissed off mofo he was before...
Well I guess I can't say Suh got into it with the radio hosts because he didn't actually say anything in the interview. Hosts Mike Valenti and Terry Foster got pretty mad at Suh for not answering any of their questions during his weekly interview on 97.1 The Ticket, the Lions' flagship station in Detroit. Suh basically said that everything involved with the stomping...
We will have to wait until Wednesday to hear what Ndamukong Suh has to say about moving on from his two-game suspension. The Lions were just glad to see him back in the building on Monday.
Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has been in the news quite a bit lately, and it's been for all of the wrong reasons. Suh was suspended for two games by the NFL after stomping on Green Bay offensive lineman Evan Dietrich-Smith on Thanksgiving, and the lineman was then involved in a car accident in Oregon. Reported details of the latter incident have since been released...
Ndamukong Suh is back with the Detroit Lions. And he's not interested in rehashing the past.
Far be it for me to tell somebody how to do their jobs, but I don't understand why the Lions media relations department wouldn't have made Ndamukong Suh available to us on Monday. He was in the building. We were in the building. He's going to have to address the media sooner or later -- Wednesday
Suh has one sure way to do it, and it has nothing to do with marketing or any endorsements that have made him one of the NFL's best known players. The Lions need a lift for their battered defense.
Now that they've emerged from a two-game suspension of their best defensive player no worse for his absence, the Lions hope Ndamukong Suh's time away from the team turns into a positive.
Detroit-- The reputation of Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh took a hit after he was given a two-game suspension, but it doesn't appear to sway NFL commissioner Roger Goodell's opinion of Suh as a person.
The last two weeks have been tough for the Detroit Lions’ defense. Forced to play without the services of many key defensive players, the Lions have been victimized to the tune of 863 total yards in their last two contests. The Lions’ postseason hopes are still alive, but they will be dimmed if the Lions don’t get healthy soon.
Defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has headlined...
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With defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh back after a two-game suspension, the Lions look to avoid a third consecutive road loss Sunday by handing...
Detroit Lions defensive tackle Jovan Haye had two tackles in only seven snaps, but was released after one game to likely make room for Ndamukong Suh.