“I think just a combination of things, he just kind of snapped,” Lang said, “started saying some things that we can’t say on air.”
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Suh played all 16 games this season and has never missed a game due to injury in his five-year pro career.
Brown could provide a boost to a unit that will lose talented depth this season even if it does not lose its star.
It’s now time for Detroit Lions fans to begin looking forward to the 2015 season.
“Yeah, he loves it. When I spent time with Suh here in Detroit, he talked about the city of Detroit and the state of Michigan with such adoration. He can definitely see himself making it permanent.”
Should the Lions bring back Suh? Even if they do, the defense may not replicate its impressive 2014 production.
“The good players tend to get paid more money,” Mayhew said. “You have to be willing to pay those guys.”
“We have to step up in terms of pursuing him financially,” Mayhew said.
A look back at the Detroit Lions’ 2014 season.