Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is glad to see Ndamukong Suh out of the NFC North and in Miami.
Rodgers was asked by Bill Simmons to name the NFL’s most terrifying defensive player, and he didn’t hesitate before answering that it’s Suh, whom Rodgers saw twice a year when Suh was playing for the Lions.
“One of the most dominant players, still,” Rodgers said.
Rodgers then referenced the 2014 incident in which Suh stepped on Rodgers’ leg. Suh claimed afterward that it was so cold at Lambeau Field that he couldn’t feel his feet and didn’t realize he was stepping on Rodgers, a claim the NFL’s appeals officer said he didn’t believe.
“You’ve got to worry about him stepping on your calf. His feet were a little cold, though, so I can’t hold that against him. He couldn’t feel his feet,” Rodgers said sarcastically.
The Dolphins and Packers don’t meet again until 2018, so Rodgers doesn’t have to fear Suh stepping on him any time soon.