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The real reason behind Suh's stomp

Normally I would fanshot this, but it was too good of a story to allow folks to miss it, as many do not use or view the fanshots. Therefore here is a little tidbit from the original article with a link to the original source.

December 14, 2011, 10:02 am

Honored in Green Bay this weekend, former Duck and Packer, Matt Brock, joined the Morning Sports Page to talk about being an honorary coach and discusses the real reason behind Ndamukong Suh's face slamming-stomping on Green Bay's Evan Dietrich-Smith.

Known recently for his bad boy antics and "dirty" style of play, Suh, a Portland native, was hit with a two game suspension after being ejected on Thanksgiving Day. Noticeably aggravated by something that was happening between himself and Dietrich-Smith, Suh retaliated with a blow to the head and an attempted stomp down on the Packer lineman. But why? What was the cause for such frustration? Matt Brock, who talked with Green Bay coaches this past weekend cues us in.

Original source link here, please note that you need to listen to the audio portion of the interview to find out the skinny.

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