Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh returned to practice after serving a two-week suspension and was bombarded with questions.
Suh was repeatedly asked to talk about his suspension and if he had any feelings of remorse for what happened. He was also asked about specifics of his recent car accident.
Each time Suh responded by expressing his desire to play against Oakland on Sunday and getting back onto the field.
However, it never stopped the bombardment of questions.
“I wouldn’t necessarily (say that) because it doesn’t necessarily involve you guys,” Suh said when asked if part of his accountability was answering questions from the media. “It’s been handled with. You guys (media) make your speculations and then you report what you think is right and what’s not right.”
Suh was noticeably irritated by the numerous media inquisitions into his personal life.
“I don’t make judgments,” Suh said. “It’s not going to make me cry at night. It’s not going to make me cry to sleep. It is what it is. You’re going to write what you want to write. I’m going to move on with my life and I’m going to continue to play football, have fun with it, live with my family and friends.”