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League Suspends Ndamukong Suh For Two Games

Jay Glazer of FOX reports that the NFL has made the decision to suspend Lions DT Ndamukong Suh for two games for the incident that took place on Thanksgiving with Packers G Evan Dietrich-Smith. Glazer adds that Suh will not be required to attend an anger management program as part of his suspension.

Suh will now have three days to decide whether or not to appeal the leagues decision which will buy him ten days before a hearing is setup. Detroit will travel to New Orleans for Week 13’s game so there’s a chance that he may decide to appeal the decision so that he can play in this weeks game. Detroit will have the Vikings, Raiders, Chargers, and Packers following this week.