Members of the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers earned a trip to North Texas to play in Super Bowl XLV. They are far from the only people in town for the game, though. Many players from other teams annually converge on the site of the Super Bowl to take in the excitement, make advertising appearances, mingle with other players, hang out or a combination of all those things.
Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has been in the Dallas area all week long for a variety of reasons, and I think he actually might have been one of the busiest people at the Super Bowl. In addition to receiving multiple awards for his play during the 2010 season, Suh was all over the place, doing interviews, hanging out with celebrities and doing work with advertisers. Below is a rundown of all the different interviews Suh did this week, as well as a look at some other stuff he was involved in.
- SB Nation's own Joel Thorman sat down with Suh and talked about a variety of subjects.
- Suh ran into Brooklyn Decker, the newest member of the "Suh Squad," according to his Twitter page.
- PFT Live interviewed Suh and talked about the role Kyle Vanden Bosch had on his rookie season, his rehab and more.
- Suh stopped by the Scott Van Pelt show.
- Suh chatted with Will Brinson of CBSSports.com, Aaron Wilson of National Football Post and Doug Farrar of Shutdown Corner.
- Sirius NFL Radio had Suh on its show on Thursday.
- Suh went to the Gatorade Sports Science Institute and did a Q&A session.