Joique wants to know -- "Do you take selfies of yourself?"
So he asks the rest of the Lions.
Look for Nate Burleson's response -- words cannot describe it.
Ndamakong Suh says he wants to change his reputation as a dirty player.
On a SiriusXM radio show on Tuesday night, Suh expressed his desire to change the perception that he is a dirty player.
To his credit, Suh does not blame the NFL, or the officials, or other players for his reputation. He puts it square on his shoulders. In his own words, his reputation is "well deserved."
But Suh does not want his reputation based on just one incident, referring to the "Thanksgiving Day stomp" from two years ago, and adds he feels he's grown up a lot in comparison to two years ago.
Suh went on to say he learned a lot from his former Lions teammate, Kyle Vanden Bosch -- to play with fire.
Suh also said that it would be a true honor to be chosen Defensive Player of the Year, if that was to ever happen.
Listen to a clip of the interview here.
Jim Schwartz expressed his confidence in David Akers after yesterday's game, but the Lions will be working out kickers on Monday.— Dave Birkett (@davebirkett) November 29, 2013
ESPN.com is reporting that Ndamukong Suh has been fined $7,875 by the NFL for his throat slash gesture in last Sunday's game against Tampa Bay.