The final part of Ndamukong 3000, the series chronicling Ndamukong Suh's experiences at the Gumball 3000, was posted on NFL.com on Friday. Part one of the series came out on Tuesday and focused on the start of the trip. The second part hit the web on Wednesday and focused on Suh's time in Spain. The third part was posted on Thursday and looked at the time Suh and Cody Glenn spent in Monaco. Finally, Friday's video wraps up the Gumball 3000 journey.
This video interestingly starts off with Suh talking about the new rules that were passed to further protect quarterbacks. I guess he heard Steelers linebacker James Harrison's comments on the rules, and Suh shared his own thoughts, saying that the rules are frustrating since they favor the offense. Even so, he said he will never change his style of play and will always be a "ferocious, angry defensive lineman" that punishes quarterbacks. He also said that while sometimes he will get fined, but the fans appreciate the way he plays and he isn't going to change his style.
The video continues with a look at Suh and Glenn arriving in Italy and riding on a boat taxi in Venice. They then move on to Belgrade, Serbia, before heading to Croatia. The video shows Suh taking a picture of the lion he discovered in a museum. Also shown is Suh dunking a basketball and showing off his skills in a pick-up game against some of the locals.
Ndamukong 3000 wraps up with Suh and Glenn arriving in Istanbul, Turkey, which was the final check point in the Gumball 3000. (You can check out the final video here.)