Friday, July 1, 2011

Ndamukong Suh says Baseball was too Rough (Video)

Already being one of the best defensive tackles in the NFL, Detroit Lions' Ndamukong Suh may be the most physical 24 year-old NFL player right now. In one of those ESPN Sports Science shows, Suh made a record for the hardest hit ever registered on their tackle scales (Ray Lewis tackled for the show too). After being spotted at a baseball game in Detroit this week, Suh surprised everyone when he said he quit baseball for a strange reason for a NFL player to say.

Ndamukong Suh told the reporter at the game that he turned to football because the game of baseball was too rough and dangerous for him to handle. Informing us all that he once broke his nose during a T-ball game and he knew baseball was not the sport for him ever since. The Detroit Lions have never been more happier to hear about a past injury than they were when Suh said a broken nose made him focus on football.

This is the same football player who decapitated Jake Delhomme in a pre-season game and got a $7,500 fine for being "too rough."


  1. AnonymousDec 14, 2011 06:37 PM
    Love Suh and yes it is a personal issue so butt out Its kind of like farve.. Media took him down to and it was no ones business but his own. Political crap is what I call it
  2. Dec 14, 2011 08:39 PM
    Haha, baseball too rough. That's a laugh for Suh. Guess he can go back to stepping on peoples' arms and smashing their faces in to the ground when they are on the ground.
  3. AnonymousDec 14, 2011 11:39 PM
    Suh doesn't belong in in any kind of professional sports! He is evasive at best when answering to the basic questions of Doing Right or Doing Wrong. Obviously he has no real concept of either and shouldn't be on the field with real professionals. He is there for the money only, and certainly not for his team!