There are plenty of NFL players that have made themselves quite unpopular with Packers fans. Warren Sapp and Randy Moss, for example, each had phenomenal games against the Packers and taunted the team and the fans on many occasions. In today’s game, though, one player that many Packers fans detest seeing on the field is Ndamukong Suh. According to Suh, the feeling is mutual. The recently signed defensive tackle was speaking to Josh Tolentino of The Philly Inquirer when he said, “I dislike the Packers very much so.”
Ndamukong Suh; “I dislike the Packers very much so. I have all the desire to get after that quarterback and create havoc against the offense.”
— Josh Tolentino (@JCTSports) November 23, 2022
Ndamukong Suh Has a Long, Dirty History with the Packers
As mentioned, the feeling is mutual towards Suh from Packers fans. They dislike him very much. This stems from several altercations between Suh and Packers players from his days playing with the Lions. There was the incident back in November of 2011 when he stomped on the arm of then Packers center Evan Dietrich-Smith. Then there was the time he was fined $70,000 for stomping on Aaron Rodgers’ ankle. Just last year, in an episode of Club Shay Shay with Shannon Sharpe, Suh said that his job [with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers] was to [tick] off Aaron Rodgers.
Suh is now with the Philadelphia Eagles, who signed the veteran defensive tackle ahead of last week’s game. Suh had 0.5 sacks and three tackles in his first game with the Eagles.
It would seem that Suh is ring chasing, as he declined to sign with any NFL team before he knew which ones would be in contention. Suh did win a ring with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2020. He also played for the Miami Dolphins and Los Angeles Rams.