http://espn.go.com/blog/nflnation/post/_/id/50139/ndamukong-suh-remains-defiant Ndamukong Suh remains defiant If you were expecting Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh to break down, cut open a vein and absolve himself of all sins upon returning to practice Wednesday, you're disappointed right now. Speaking to reporters in Detroit, Suh stayed tight to a message emphasizing team business over his recent issues, which include a two-game NFL suspension and an early-morning automobile accident in Portland. He wouldn't say whether he has addressed his absence with teammates, other than to say his return has "been handled," and said he didn't feel obligated to offer a public explanation or apology. "[Reporters] make your speculations and then you report what you think is right and what’s not right," Suh said, according to the Detroit Free Press. "The most important thing right now is this football team, not me individually, and it's me being a part of this football team and us going down to Oakland and taking care of business." Things got a bit testy during a separate appearance on "The Valenti & Foster Show" on WXYT-97.1 in Detroit. Told that Lions fans wanted to hear genuine responses to an important topic, Suh said: "It's not the Suh Show" and eventually ended the interview.