Ndamukong Suh says meeting with NFL officials was productive – NFL News

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Ndamukong Suh says meeting with NFL officials was productive – NFL News
Detroit Lions’ defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh said that his meeting with the officials of National Football League (NFL), the premier American football league, was a productive one and that he now has better understanding of how
should he play and direct his game.
Suh requested a meeting with the NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and his staff in New York last Tuesday to seek clarification of, what he said, to a few questions about his game.
"I have gained a better understanding how I need to continue to play the game to help my team win," Suh said. "I look forward to the rest of the season and doing everything we can to bring the Lombardi Trophy to Detroit."
He had requested his team management for his bye-week session in New York so that he could seek a meeting with the NFL officials. The player later on had been joined by the Club's president Tom Lewand and Coach Jim Schwartz for
the meeting.
After the meeting the commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement that Suh was playing the game with great skills and that he was instrumental in the Detroit's victory in the current season.  
Goodell said: “In the course of our dialogue today, we reviewed video showing that Ndamukong has clearly made the adjustments to play consistently within the rules so that he can continue to help the team. We commend Ndamukong's
leadership in taking the initiative to schedule today's meeting."
However, certain observers say that the real issue discussed at the meeting will never surface and that all the controversy and speculations surrounding the issue will settle down now.
There was a question being raised about the meeting that if the NFL was trying to rein in the marketable player.
Suh's contract with the club is worth about $68 million with $40 million guaranteed money. He however was being criticized for playing 'rough'. Suh's play had let $42,500 in fine since he had been drafted at the number two in the
Senior vice president of football operations Ray Anderson, football operations consultant Jeff Fisher and vice president of football operations Merton Hanks were amongst the NFL officials present at the meeting. 



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