By Ashley Dunkak

FORD FIELD (CBS DETROIT) – Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh had a special guest in attendance for Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings. Billionaire Warren Buffett, attired in a bright blue No. 90 jersey, watched warmups from the sideline with a dozen other folks wearing Suh jerseys.

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Barring a home playoff game, Sunday’s game will be the last of the season at Ford Field. For Suh, it could be his last game ever at Ford Field as a Lion since he enters free agency following the season.

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Suh has played coy all year about whether he will stay in Detroit or go elsewhere. His usual response to contract questions involves invoking his agent, Jimmy Sexton, saying Sexton will make the decision on which team wins Suh’s services for 2015 and beyond.

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The Lions tabled negotiations of a long-term deal with Suh before the start of the season, saying they did not want the talks – and constant questions about the status of talks – to become a distraction for the team.