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This is par for the course from the Lions’ defensive end, but it’s still an illegal hit and a dangerous one at that.
Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is prone to exposing quarterbacks to potential danger. There have been numerous incidents of possibly overboard violence, earning him the unofficial moniker of NFL’s dirtiest player – two years running, in fact. But the offseason is a time for rest and relaxation and non-violence and reality television, so Suh has changed gears.
Today In Hypocrisy: Ndamukong Suh’s NFL-Approved Nuts Kick On Matt Schaub Will Cost Him $30,000 Anyway
We found out yesterday that Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh would not be suspended for kicking Matt Schaub in the groin, which by the way is a wildly inaccurate synonym for someone’s nuts. Given Suh’s history stomping people and such, no one would have been surprised had he been suspended.
Wouldn’t be a Lions Thanksgiving game without a controversy over Ndamukong Suh making untoward physical contact with an opponent, right? Apparently we are, because one year after the infamous Packer stomp, he had a… different incident with Texans quarterback Matt Schaub. Video, of course, after the jump.
Hey! Poll-happy America! Here’s another Sporting News NFL player survey to pass the time. This edition asked NFL players who the dirtiest player on the gridiron was and not surprisingly, Ndamukong Suh took home the title for the second year running. Find out who rounded out the list after the jump.
Ndamukong Suh Side Swipes Guy On Highway, Drives Away, Generally Sounds Like An Arrogant Human Being
Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh was in a minor traffic accident early Thursday Morning – as in, actually Thursday morning, not drunken rage driving around 2:00am. Apparently on his way to the Lions practice facility, Suh side swiped a 1999 Ford Escort around 6:20am on the Southfield Freeway. Except Suh didn’t stop to exchange insurance information – he kept on driving.
Early on Saturday morning, Detroit Lions defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh crashed his car into a tree in downtown Portland. Suh wasn’t intoxicated, and he told police he had lost control of his 1970 Chevrolet Coupe while trying to pass a taxicab. The car was towed, the police left, and a PR crisis was averted.