Driver: Ndamukong Suh 'a mean player...will have to pay the consequences'
Ndamukong Suh, Josh Sitton. Image by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The Green Bay Packers' all-time leading receiver, Donald Driver, has chimed in about Detroit Lions defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh and his latest in a series of on-field disciplinary issues.
"He's constantly had incidents like this," Driver said about Suh while talking on 620WTMJ's "Wisconsin's Afternoon News." The NFL fined Suh $100,000 for a low block on the Minnesota Vikings' John Sullivan.
Suh previously served a two-game suspension after a November 2011 incident where he stomped on Packers center Evan Dietrich-Smith.
"If you know Suh, he's a great guy. On the field, he's as mean as anybody can ever wish for. He's a mean player...one of the meanest I've ever seen," said Driver.
"Something's going to have to change. Roger Goodell is trying to protect the National Football League. If that means suspending a player for an entire year, (Suh) going to have to pay the consequences."
Driver did not actually say Suh should be suspended for a year, but brought up the idea.