Lions defensive linemen Ndamukong Suh, Nick Fairley and Ziggy Ansah crashed a wedding.
A 300-pound man diving headfirst into a body of water is a potential injury waiting to happen — like a busted ear drum that could destroy his balance — they said anonymously.
Last year’s discord in Detroit left the Falcons and Lions bickering at each other and accusing the other side of bad sportsmanship.
“It didn’t warrant any kind of suspension,” Schwartz said about the hit on the Texans Matt Schaub. “Suh has done an excellent job of avoiding penalties this year … That has been commendable.”
The NFL has decided not to suspend Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh for his actions against Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub.
Suh told ESPN: “My job is to defeat the guy in front of me, do it until he quits and then wait for them to send in the next guy.”
“He plays right on the edge with a certain amount of rage and he crosses the line sometimes … He doesn’t seem to think he’s doing anything wrong,” Samuelsen said.
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As for the Lions, Jones, an active Twitter user, alluded to the fact she was in Detroit in her Twitter feed Sunday. Read the Tweet here.
I’ve never been one of those who demand that an athlete talk to me. I like it when they do, but they don’t have to.