Ndamukong Suh ticketed for 'careless driving'

Mike Carter-US PRESSWIRE

Ndamukong Suh has reportedly received a ticket for "careless driving", his third incident related to reckless behavior behind the wheel since 2011.

Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh isn't just getting in trouble for his on-field exploits anymore, as he's now been involved in his third driving-related incident in the past two years after receiving a ticket for "careless driving".

Detroit TV station WJBK reported that Suh was speeding past other cars when an officer saw him switch out of a lane about to end at the last second, nearly colliding with the car he cut off. In October, Suh allegedly sideswiped into another car and drove off, while last year, Suh was involved in an accident in Portland that injured another driver, who is suing him in relation to the crash.

The third-year player out of Nebraska is also in hot water for his extracurricular behavior while still on the playing field. He's earned a reputation as a bit of a dirty player, and that reputation added another notch on Thanksgiving when he kicked Matt Schaub in the groin. Suh will be fined, but not suspended, as he was after stomping on Green Bay's Evan Dietrich-Smith last year.

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