Lions team president Tom Lewand expressed optimism about the chances of London eventually having its own NFL team.
As was expected, Suh refused to answer any questions about the report, or even acknowledge that the report existed.
“If he were to take his talents to New York … Suh knows how much it would mean for his brand and his profile,” Adam Schefter wrote.
Ryan called Suh a phenomenal player, as close to Sapp as he has seen.
Richard Sherman thinks he’s the best defensive back in the game. Ndamukong Suh thinks otherwise.
“We haven’t arrived,” Lions coach Jim Caldwell said, “but I think our guys, in this particular game, we were headed in the right direction.”
The group has been confident before, but Sunday’s showing against Rodgers & Co. certainly did not hurt.
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.