OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — NFL star Ndamukong Suh is joining the board of a Nebraska company that makes video projection equipment, lighting gear and audio systems.

Ballantyne Strong said Tuesday that Suh had agreed to join the company’s board.

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Suh hasn’t waited until his playing days are over to launch his business career, and the Miami Dolphin has established a friendship with investor Warren Buffett.

Buffett praised Suh in a statement and said he looks forward to hearing about the former Nebraska Cornhusker’s future successes in business.

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Dolphins owner Stephen Ross says he supports Suh’s new venture as a corporate board member.

The 29-year-old defensive tackle is expected to play a key role on the Dolphins’ defense next season.

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