Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and Indianapolis Colts linebacker Cody Glenn have made it to London. Tomorrow they will take in the pre-rally party, and on Thursday they will begin the Gumball 3000 across Europe.
With some time to kill before the festivities begin, Suh checked out Trafalgar Square, which is a famous "public space and tourist attraction in central London." There are four lion statues that "guard" Nelson's Column, a monument that was built to commemorate an admiral who died in the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805, in the center of the square.
Suh decided to take a picture with one of the lion statues, and he posted it on his Facebook page. The caption reads: "What's up Facebook Fam... we made it to London and I had to take a pic in front of the LIONS at Trafalgar Square!!"
Suh is expected to announce what car he will be driving in the Gumball 3000 sometime later today.