Ndamukong Suh Net Worth
Ndamukong Suh net worth and salary: Ndamukong Suh is a football player in the NFL with the Detroit Lions and has a net worth of $50 million and annual salary of $1 mi3.4llion. Ndamukong Suh has earned his net worth as a Defensive Tackle for the Detroit Lions. Suh was the number 1 overall in the NFL Draft and many teams wanted to sign him. In 2010 the Detroit Lions selected him second overall and he signed a five year contract for $68 million with a $40 million guarantee. That year he had his first sack, his first touchdown and his first career interception. He was named to the All-Pro Team in 2011 and also earned the titles of Sporting News Rookie of the Year, AP Defensive Rookie of the Year, Pro-Football Rookie of the Year, as well as Pro-Football Writers of America Rookie of the Year, and at the end of the 2011 was named NFC's Pro-Bowl Alternate. Suh had a problem with on field conduct and was disciplined five times, with the fifth suspending him from the next two games. Apparently he was accused of Evan Dietrich-Smith's head into the ground and stomping on his arm. Suh insisted that he never intentionally stepped on Smith, but was only trying to gain his balance. He appealed the decision to keep him out of the next two games, but was denied and was unable to participate in the games against the New Orleans Saints and the Minnesota Vikings. Ndamudong Suh was born in Portland, Oregon in 1987 and attended Grant High School where he earned high school All-American Honors and was classified as a Class 4-A first-team all-state selection. He was also listed as the 2004 Portland Interscholastic League Defensive Player of the Year. Suh has three sisters. Suh has several endorsement deals with companies such as Subway, Chrysler, Dick's Sporting Goods, Nike and Omega Steaks. Suh has a degree in Construction Management that he earned at UNL College of Engineering and has made a contribution of $2.6 million to the University of Nebraska.