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Ndamukong Suh’s reputation as a dirty player is set at this point, though he’s never seemed all that concerned about it. And it’s a good thing, since the play above from today’s game against the Bears will only intensify such talk. Suh tackles Bears quarterback Jay Cutler (good!), but also rips his helmet off on the way down (murky territory!). Not everyone agrees with the “dirty” label (the announcer above doesn’t seem to, for one), and it’ll likely stay that way. But Suh’s not going to stop playing the way he does, so the anti-Suh faction will likely only get louder.
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