Tyler Radecki
Thursday December 29th, 2011

Green Bay Packers offensive lineman Evan Dietrich-Smith said that Detroit Lions defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh called and apologized a few days after he stomped on Dietrich-Smith during their game on Thanksgiving, according to ESPN.

"He's cool, he apologized, and there's no hard feelings and that's pretty much it," Dietrich-Smith said.

The league suspended Suh two games for the incident, and Dietrich-Smith doesn’t expect anything out of the ordinary to happen if they’re both on the field at the same time.

"I think we've all moved past it," Dietrich-Smith said. "It's a big learning experience for everybody. I think everyone in the league can take note of everything that happened and I think every player is going to take a step forward to move past that kind of stuff." The Lions and Suh will visit Dietrich-Smith and the Packers on Sunday in the regular season finale.

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