For those who missed it, Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh made an appearance on the most recent episode of "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon." The appearance came nearly two years after Suh's first visit to the show, which happened just before the Lions selected him with the second pick of the 2010 NFL Draft.
On Tuesday night, Suh discussed a number of topics with Fallon. First they talked about Suh's stop at CBS' pre-game show over the weekend and if Suh wants to someday go into broadcasting. Via Justin Rogers, here's what he had to say:
"I loved it," Suh said. "It was something I had a lot of fun with. I got to hang out with Dan Marino, James Brown, all those different, cool former players and analysts. It was a great time. I enjoyed it, and I look forward to doing it many, many years down the road after we win some championships in Detroit."
Suh went on to talk about his $2.6 million donation to Nebraska, how he gave his first paycheck to his father and which team he thinks will win the Super Bowl (the winner of Sunday's 49ers/Giants game). You can check out video of his appearance after the jump.
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