Ndamukong Suh cited for three tickets in Portland
Maybe Ndamukong Suh has some bad luck behind the wheel.
Because he’s found himself in a little bit of trouble once again.
The Oregonian reports the Detroit Lions defensive tackle was pulled over by Portland police on Thursday and issued three citations. Suh was written up for speeding, improperly signaling and not carrying proof of insurance.
“He was cooperative and cited and released at the scene,” a police spokesman said.
Of course, you’ll recall that during his two-game NFL suspension Suh crashed a 1970 Chevrolet in downtown Portland, running into a curb, light pole, drinking fountain and tree. Somehow he was not cited for that incident and fortunately there were no injuries to Suh or female passengers.
A little more than two years ago, Suh was ticketed for negligent driving at Nebraska. In Lincoln, he rammed three parked cars and “caused significant damage to the vehicles involved.”
Maybe it’s time to slow down.
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