Suh declined to answer questions Wednesday
Ndamukong Suh declined to answer questions about his two-game suspension and car accident after rejoining his Detroit Lions teammates for the first time in two weeks.
"The most important thing right now is this football team and not me individually," the defensive tackle said.
Ndamukong Suh made it exceedingly clear Wednesday that he's done talking about his infamous Thanksgiving Day stomp on Packers guard Evan Dietrich-Smith's arm. But a new twist to the story might find the Detroit Lions
defensive tackle facing more unwanted queries.
Suh said he wouldn't change his game after his fourth fine from the league earlier this year. On Wednesday, he said nothing has altered that mind-set.
"I think I can pretty much stick with that, playing within the rules and continuing to play between the whistles," Suh said.
The twist comes courtesy of former Green Bay Packers
defensive lineman Matt Brock, who told KXTG-AM in Portland about a recent conversation he had with Green Bay offensive line coach James Campen.