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Detroit coach Jim Schwartz is tired of talking about Ndamukong Suh's stomp. But with his Lions facing the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, it was inevitably a primary line of questioning during his conference call with Packers beat reporters on Wednesday. "We've talked about it way too much," Schwartz said at one point. Suh's stomping victim, Evan Dietrich-Smith, was in no mood to talk about an incident that happened five weeks ago, either. "That was a long time ago," Dietrich Smith said. "He called me a couple days after everything happened, and he's cool, he apologized, and there's no hard feelings and that's pretty much it." Since Suh's two-game suspension, in which the Lions went 1-1, they are 2-0. During those games, he's been flagged once for offside. For the season, he's been penalized seven times — fourth-most among all NFL interior defensive linemen. Since the start of the 2010 season, Suh leads the...
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