It would seem that Suh’s announcement of a “new partnership” means Suh has parted ways with Sexton.
Lions defensive tackle, and week two captain, Ndamukong Suh is featured in a brand new Nike ad on a building in downtown Detroit.
Suh may not be much of a vocal leader, but Caldwell said he prefers players who lead by example anyway.
“A nickname’s cool. That’s just terrible,” Mosley said. “I don’t know what he’s getting at by that.”
Caldwell had, of course, been informed of the reference, but he declined to listen to it.
The buildup to this weekend’s game between the Detroit Lions and the Carolina Panthers gained a puzzling side story Wednesday.
“Any team that focuses on having that many top guys at the running back position, that’s going to be one of their main focuses,” Suh said.
Released on their official site and Facebook page in coordination with their Monday Night Football regular season debut, the Detroit Lions want to send chills down your spine with their new dramatic promotional video.
“What we all should be probably focusing on is does he have the tools to be a championship quarterback, and the answer to that is yes,” Caldwell said.
Consistent with how he has deflected questions in the past, Suh gave a strange answer when asked if he would like a bigger deal than Watt.