Suh said he has not considered what he has meant to the team and, on a larger scale, to the city over the course of his career.
From the start, Sunday’s game seemed like a bit of a special occasion for Ndamukong Suh, who had billionaire Warren Buffett as a guest,
Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh did not participate in the portion of Friday’s practice open to media.
“Go speak to Jimmy about that if you really want an answer to that question,” Suh said.
Twice, Suh hit McCown and delivered a forearm shot to the head. The first time, referees flagged Suh. The second time, no flag was thrown.
“It’s nice to have one of those games where it’s stress-free in the fourth,” Raiola said. “That’s how games like that are supposed to go.”
They entered the league together in 2010 — one drafted second, the other third.
“Everything that’s coming to him, he deserves it,” McCoy said of Suh.
“If he wants to be the greatest d-tackle to ever play the game, I think he has that ability,” Lions safety Glover Quin said of Suh.
Suh hinted Wednesday that his goal of becoming a billionaire will not necessarily dictate where he goes as a free agent.