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The lure of another Super Bowl ring lured Ndamukong Suh back to the field

Ndamukong Suh’s mother wanted him to stay retired. He’s got 19-month-old twin boys who surely wanted dad to stay home. Suh doesn’t need the money, having made more than $166 million in his career. So, why return now, at 35, and with nothing left to prove? “Championships. That’s what keeps me going,” Suh answered simply. [more]

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