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Suh still says stomp was unintentional

Nov. 6, 2013
 
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Ndamukong Suh is sticking with his story that he unintentionally stomped on Evan Dietrich-Smith on Thanksgiving Day in 2011. The Detroit Lions defensive tackle was ejected from the game for the incident, then later the NFL suspended him two games without pay and fined him an extra $25,000 above that. "If you slow down and analyze anything, itís going to look worse in my opinion," Suh said in an interview with GQ magazine. "It was not intentional. If it was intentional, it could have been a lot worse. If I wanted to go out there to hurt somebody, I could hurt somebody. I donít want any part of that. . . . I mean, if I wanted to hurt you, Iíd go for your quarterback. Because me stopping your play is going to frustrate you more than me physically hurting you. Because Iím just that much better than you. Thatís how I look at it. Itís like killing somebody with kindness.Ē

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