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Lions Player Ndamukong Suh Ticketed for Speeding

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Detroit Lions player Ndamukong Suh was ticketed for speeding in Portland according to the Detroit Free Press.

Suh was pulled over Thursday in his hometown and received three citations. One for speeding, one for improperly signalling and another for not having proof of insurance.

A spokesman for the Portland Police Bureau said Suh was cooperative and was released at the scene. Last December Suh got into a traffic accident while also in Portland. He crashed his 1970 Chevelle into a curb, light pole, tree and fountain. No one was injured according to the official police report. It then came out that two women were also in the car with Suh and did receive injuries.

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