Lions Lineman T.J. Lang Says Ndamukong Suh Is “A Nut Job” and “Psychopath”

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In March longtime Green Bay Packers offensive lineman T.J. Lang signed a three-year contract with the division rival Detroit Lions. Now he’s sharing his thoughts about former Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, and they are definitely interesting.

Lang appeared on PFT Commenter’s “Pardon My Take” podcast this week along with fellow Lions offensive linesmen Travis Swanson and Graham Glasgow. When asked how he liked going toe-to-toe against Ndamukong Suh two times a year, Lang gave a very candid answer.

“I hated it,” Lang said. “I never played against a more literal psychopath in my life. He was a nut job.”

After a brief discussion of the time Suh stomped on Evan Dietrich-Smith’s arm, and the time he stomped on Aaron Rodgers’ leg, and his overall fondness for stomping in general, PFT Commenter asked if Suh played like a psychopath in practice. And though we don’t know who provided it, the answer was yes.

“It was horrible,” one of Suh’s former teammates then says. “It was horrible.”

Click here to have a listen for yourself. The discussion of Ndamukong Suh starts at 44:25.

Oh, and in case you were wondering, no, the Miami Dolphins do not play the Detroit Lions this year.

Hat Tip – [Detroit News]

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