It took Suh some 29 hours to issue a second, still-incomplete apology, failing to directly acknowledge his actions and leaving Dietrich-Smith out of a three-paragraph statement posted on his fan page moments after the Lions released their own condemnation of his stomp as a team.
But Schwartz, in an interview on SiriusXM NFL radio on Friday, doesn’t sound like he’ll be doling out equal justice to Ndamukong Suh for the personal foul that got him kicked out of Thursday’s game and cost the Lions points.
This Thanksgiving was supposed to be different for Dominic Raiola. The Saint Louis School alum from Honolulu, who has been a fixture on the Detroit Lions offensive line for the past decade, has endured plenty of holiday misery over the years, including a blowout three years ago when Detroit became the first 0-16 team in NFL history.
Zac Snyder got hooked on the Lions after his dad took him to a Monday Night Football game against the Los Angeles Raiders in 1990. The show put on by Barry Sanders and Bo Jackson that night was only surpassed by what Zac could do with Barry in a game of Tecmo Super Bowl.