ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- Detroit Lions bad boy Ndamukong Suhs reputation has gotten as nasty off the field as it is on it.
Just last week:
Suh was accused of sideswiping another vehicle near the Lions' practice facility, berating the other driver and leaving the scene of the accident (police closed the case without any arrests or tickets being issued).
He got sued, along with his sister, for allegedly not returning a 100,000 security deposit on a home in Birmingham, Mich., that they had rented.
He also was criticized by an anonymous NFL general manager who said Suh belonged on the All-Hype team in a Pro Football Weekly article.
That was all followed Saturday by a controversial tweet from his sister, Ngum, who is closely involved with Suhs business affairs.
The tweet read: Thank u Jesus! Only 2.5 more years!
Suh, a defensive tackle, is contractually committed to two more seasons with the Lions after this year.
Many observers interpreted his sisters message to mean that he ...