Aaron Rodgers: It’s not just Suh who plays dirty
Forget about Ndamukon Suh and his two-game suspension for stomping on Packers guard Evan Dietrich-Smith after slamming his head into the turf multiple times because according to Aaron Rodgers, Kyle Vanden Bosch cut his chin with an illegal hit.
According to the interview transcribed by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
“He hit me in the chin, and it kind of went like this (husky voice) ‘Ohhh I got you goood. That one had to hurt,’” Rodgers said. “That’s how he was talking to me, and I was like, ‘Ah, yeah, that was a good hit.’ He likes to lay on people. Like I said, if you have a camera on him the entire game, and we watch the film, he is late getting to a lot of plays, and he just lays on guys, and stays on there. He probably did that at least a half-dozen times. So he’s laying on me, and I’m laying there. We threw a pass, completed, and he’s like, ‘I got you good, that had to hurt.’ And I’m like, ‘You hit me good, that was a good hit.’ And he goes, ‘Ohh yeah.’ And I’m like, ‘You’re probably getting a penalty though.’ He goes, ‘No way.’
“So I think someone finally came to pull him off me, because he probably would have laid there for awhile, and I was ‘Yeah, you got me on the chin there, it’s probably a penalty.’ And he goes, ‘Noooo.’ And then he saw the penalty flag, and he started to go crazy, similar to the fashion when he got an offside call last year, at home. He proceeded to yell at the head ref that it was Suh who was offside, and not him. ‘Nooo, it was Suh. Suuuhhh.’ I mean, he’s crazy on the field. And if you watch the game, you see he wears those red contacts. He has a crazy motor. He wears red contacts on game day, I think he enjoys that perception that he’s a little bit off.”