Ndamukong Suh says he wants to lead the Detroit Lions with his actions and mouth.
Suh seems to be doing that, going to the front of the line for drills and shouting words of encouragement to his fellow defensive linemen.
In Suh's first three seasons, he deferred leadership roles to veterans Kyle Vanden Bosch, Corey Williams and Cliff Avril. Those three defensive linemen are...
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Ndamukong Suh has a knack for keeping things interesting.
The muscleman of the Detroit Lions was a little too strong for his Ping driver during Hall of Famer Charlie Sanders' golf outing Monday in West Bloomfield, Mich.
Suh's club head completely snapped off on one of his tee shots (now the golf club knows how NFL quarterbacks must feel).
Asked by Jennifer Hammond, a sports...
As things stand right now, Lions DT Ndamukong Suh carries a cap figure of $21 million for the 2014 season. He still has two years and $24 million remaining on his rookie deal, so it would make sense for the Lions to consider a contract extension at some point in the next year.
“I’m two years away from even considering those things, but to be honest with you I’d love to be...
Detroit Lion’s nose tackle Ndamukong Suh is entering his third year in the NFL after being chosen 1st overall by the team. After a veteran exodus on the defensive side this offseason, the team is expecting Suh to take more of a leadership role.
Chris McCosky recently wrote about the team’s desire to see Suh as a leader and why he might not be the leader they desire.
I would caution...
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Detroit Lions defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh showed his support for the Red Wings during Thursday night's playoff game at the Joe Louis Arena. Suh wore a Red Wings jersey and rode on the Zamboni at the Joe Louis Arena during the second intermission, waving a towel as the crowd chanted his name. Suh also learned about the Legend of the Octopus first hand, as he took a picture...
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Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, competing in the reality diving show Splash, came to the aid of Louie Anderson when the comedian couldn't make it out of the pool.
Several of Ndamukong Suh's Detroit Lions teammates believe it is irresponsible for the defensive lineman to appear on the reality show, Celebrity Diving.
'IT’S DISGUSTING, REALLY'
Colts guard Mike McGlynn claims Suh and other Lions players were taunting injured tackle Winston Justice, saying they were "dancing and pointing at him and laughing."
Video of Ndamukong Suh’s latest traffic incident has been released by the Lathrup Village Police Department. You can see the video taped from the ticketing officer’s dashboard cam. Suh’s Range Rover comes in and out of the screen at the 0:23 second mark while it seems that officers over the blotter are ordering food (maybe?). Per the Detroit News: The footage from a Lathrup...