Ndamukong Suh doesn't say much about suspension, wreck
For the first time since he stomped on a Green Bay Packers offensive lineman, earning him a two-game stay in timeout, Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has spoken.
And according to Anwar Richardson of MLive.com, Suh said next to nothing about his two-game suspension or the car wreck he caused in Portland during his suspension.
“I don't make judgments," Suh said, per the report. “It's not going to make me cry at night. It's not going to make me cry to sleep. It is what it is. You're going to write what you want to write. I'm going to move on with my life and I'm going to continue to play football, have fun with it, live with my family and friends.”
Suh repeatedly tried to steer questioning toward this Sunday’s game at Oakland. The Lions (8-5) are in the thick of the NFC wild-card race after splitting games while Suh was suspended.
“The most important thing right now is this football team, not me individually, and it's me being a part of this football team and us going down to Oakland and taking care of business,” he said.
It was clear Suh didn’t care much for the experience, about six minutes of questions that dealt with subjects he didn’t appreciate.
“You guys (media) make your speculations and then you report what you think is right and what's not right,” Suh said.
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