Ndamukong Suh apologized to his mom for cursing on TV.
Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has a message for his mother.
Suh was caught dropping an f-bomb during the Dolphins-Bills game Sunday (and rightfully so! Those refs were killing Suh) and like many people, was a little embarrassed to have sworn in such a public setting.
The curse came after the referees robbed Suh of a potential sack, failing to rule Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor was in the defensive tackle’s grasp during a pass play. Suh held on to Taylor for a while, and the QB eventually threw the ball out of the way. “I’m going to slam the f--- out of him next time,” an exasperated Suh said to the referees after the play.
“I owe my mother an apology for swearing on TV and in public. So, I’m sorry, mother,” Suh said Wednesday, according to Chris Perkins of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
Apologizing to your mom is nice and all, but while Suh is in a forgiving mood, maybe he wants to apologize to all the quarterbacks he's terrorized, that one dude he stomped on and for allegedly “freelancing” during his uninspired start with the Dolphins.
This is a good start, though.