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Ndamukong Suh will meet with NFL officials during his bye week to get a better understanding of the rules he's been breaking.
Detroit's second-year defensive tackle asked Commissioner Roger Goodell for the meeting to talk about all the flags he keeps drawing.
In about a season and a half with the Lions, Suh has already been hit with his share of fines for roughing up quarterbacks.
The former University of Nebraska star will meet Tuesday with those NFL staffers responsible for enforcing the rules. The get-together will include football operations consultant Jeff Fisher, along with `Ray Anderson, Merton Hanks and Carl Johnson.
Should he so desire, Suh can bring along a coach.
Fox Sports first reported Suh's interest in a meeting.
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DENVER -- Ndamukong Suh will meet with NFL officials during the Lions' bye week to get a better understanding of the rules he's been breaking.
Ndamukong Suh will meet with NFL officials during the Lions' bye week to get a better understanding of the rules he's been breaking.
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Detroit's star defensive tackle met with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and his staff Tuesday to clarify questions about his play and the game.
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