Ndamukong Suh might be in more hot water soon, both with the league and local law enforcement. FOX2 Detroit reported that Suh was involved in a traffic incident on Thursday morning, in which Suh sideswiped another car, then berated the other motorist involved before leaving the scene.
“I look over at him and he started yelling at me, ‘Trying to cut me off. Get out of the way.’ And I just said, ‘Really?’” he explained. “He just started yelling about getting the hell out of his way and cutting him off.”
Vines said the guy left the scene of the accident. He called 911 and watched the man drive into the Lions’ practice facility. Dearborn Police told Vines to meet them there, but when he arrived, he said the driver gave him another earful.
“That’s when he said, ‘I advise you to leave, now.’ And I said, ‘I’m not going anywhere. I talked to the police.’ (He said), ‘I don’t care what they said. You need to get out of here.’ And then he said, ‘I’m advising you to leave, now.’”
Not exactly what the 1-3 Lions need to be dealing with before a crucial game at Philadelphia, especially after all the trouble the franchise had during the offseason.
The Lions have not yet commented on the situation. It’s possible Suh also could hear from the NFL — he was suspended last season for stomping on Green Bay lineman Evan Dietrich-Smith — though the league tends to wait for legal proceedings to play out before issuing discipline.