DETROIT (WWJ) - ESPN is reporting that Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh will be suspended for at least two games for his unsportsmanlike actions during the Thanksgiving Day game against the Green Bay Packers.
Drew Sharp is with the Detroit Free Press and talks to WWJ about the controlled aggression of the game of football and the Thanksgiving Day stomp by Suh.
“When you do that on national TV, when the entire country was actually interested in watching the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving Day for the first time in 15 years – and you pull a stunt like that – all of a sudden he is permanently branded as a dirty football player,” said Sharp.
Sharp thinks that Suh deserves at least a three game suspension.
It’s been reported from sources that some of Suh’s teammates are telling reporters that they support the idea of suspension.
The NFL has not confirmed the reports of the suspension.