According to various sources, the Pittsburgh Steelers have asked the NFL league office to review a play from last Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins in which Ndamukong Suh appears to kick Ben Roethlisberger in the right knee.
Every time the NFL rolls whatever waterlogged Floridian team has been exiled to London in any given year, I wonder how any foreign, casual observer would ever turn convert based on what happens in these games. They’re typically bad, and unwatchably so, but I don’t think anything has been less recognizable as…
It usually takes a few bad losses to drive an NFL team to the point of undermining itself via anonymous pot shots in the press. The 1-1 Dolphins shouldn’t be at that juncture yet, but their Week 2 loss came at the hands of the Jaguars, which is basically like losing four games in one. It’s the kind of thing that can…
Today what Chris Mortensen first reported three days ago was made official: Ndamukong Suh signed a monster deal to play for the Miami Dolphins. Everybody is reporting that Suh signed for six years and $114 million, with $60 million of that guaranteed ... the exact same numbers Mortensen first had three days ago. You…
Ndamukong Suh's 'bout to get PAID. According to ESPN's Chris Mortensen, the NFL's most coveted free agent has negotiated a $114 million contract with the Miami Dolphins, which includes $60 million in guaranteed money.
As defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh gets ready for free agency, billboards are now popping up, hounding him for ... liking money? I'm not sure exactly what's going on, here. Maybe it's one of those statements where your takeaway is what you want it to be. Is it Banksy?
Poor Detroit. The NFL is just rubbing it in at this point.
Yesterday, Lions DT Ndamukong Suh successfully appealed his one-game suspension for twice stepping on the injured leg of Aaron Rodgers. There is legitimate debate to be had over whether Suh deserved to be suspended for this weekend's playoff game; there is no debate that Suh has a reputation as one of the dirtiest…
Did not see this one coming!
Ndamukong Suh has been suspended for one game for stepping on Aaron Rodgers's injured leg. Suh will miss the Lions' Sunday playoff game at Dallas.
This is what happens to you when you earn a reputation as the NFL's dirtiest player.
You can see Suh at the end of this gif, making a low block from a 90-degree angle on Vikings center John Sullivan during an interception return Sunday. He swears he wasn't aiming for the knees. The NFL apparently agrees.
Splash is a British-import reality show on which celebrities have to execute dives into a pool. That's it. That's the whole show. The American version is set to begin airing this March.
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