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Detroit Lions Planning To Move DT Ndamukong Suh Around In 2012

The Detroit Free Press reports that the Detroit Lions plan to move defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh around more next season.

This is according to the Lions’ defensive coordinator, Gunther Cunningham. Suh has played left DT for most of his first two seasons in the NFL next to Corey Williams, but took several snaps at right tackle at the team’s third open practice on Monday. “I’m going to move him all over the place now,” Cunningham.

Suh had 10 sacks in his rookie season, but saw that figure fall drastically to 4 in his sophomore campaign. Of his 14 career sacks, four have come from when he has lined up at a position other than left defensive tackle.