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  • Ndamukong Suh on 101ESPN's The Fast Lane

    Pulling rank here and posting a link to The Fast Lane's interview with Nebraska DT Ndamukong Suh, as I figured it would be something Rams fans may be interested in hearing. You can find it here:

    101 ESPN/Post: Future Ram? Ndamukong Suh wouldn't mind

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    Re: Ndamukong Suh on 101ESPN's The Fast Lane

    I really liked listening to the guy. Hope we pick him No.1.
    Not at all cocky, surprisingly humble and willing to become a St Louis Ram.
    GO RAMS>

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      Re: Ndamukong Suh on 101ESPN's The Fast Lane

      No links!
      @EssexRam_

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        Re: Ndamukong Suh on 101ESPN's The Fast Lane

        Originally posted by GROUND DOG 39 View Post
        I really liked listening to the guy. Hope we pick him No.1.
        Not at all cocky, surprisingly humble and willing to become a St Louis Ram.
        GO RAMS>

        He was the leader of the cornhuskers line, and he avoided post game interviews his whole career until after his last game at the holiday bowl because his coach told him to.

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