Ever wonder what NFL players say before a big game, after a big play or on the sidelines? Now you know, at least a little.
Ndamukong Suh hopes the focus will now be on his play, not all the fines and controversies he’s dealt with throughout his young career.
Despite the solid performance and all the turnovers forced, Schwartz still seemed peeved after the game – understandable enough considering the Lions had a 40-16 lead at the beginning of the fourth quarter and ended up winning just 40-32.
“The belly just overcame everything,” Suh said, laughing.
Apparently, not all low blocks are created equal.
Ndamukong Suh laughed a little at the suggestion that Robert Griffin III’s knee injury might change the Lions’ perception of Griffin or the way they prepare for him.
“That never happened,” Raiola said. “It’s false. You don’t have to look no further than his teammates voting him captain. He doesn’t do that in practice. That’s totally false.”
Schwartz Refutes Allegations That Suh Slams Players’ Heads To Ground, Stomps On Players During Practice
“I can say unequivocally he has never slammed anybody’s head to the ground or stomped on anybody,” Schwartz continued.
For every personal foul committed by a Detroit Lion, the whole team will run three half-gassers. Sideline and back. Sideline and back. Sideline and back.
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