This week, All-Hype Glory Boy first team defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh was reportedly involved in his third traffic incident within the last year. A man from the Detroit suburb of Livonia claims that Suh sideswiped his car then tried to leave the scene of the accident. When he finally caught up with the Lions star at the Detroit practice facility, the man claims that Suh was dismissive. Officers have decided not to issue a ticket to either driver. Suh has yet to comment about the incident. This is less than a year after Stompy, during a visit to his home in Oregon, totaled his car in a collision with a light pole, tree and water fountain, resulting in a $1 million lawsuit from a passenger. For good measure, Suh was also ticketed for doing 91 in a 55 in Oregon back in March.

Reader Aaron sent us the above Photoshop with the enclosed message:

Another collision, and you just may have a new character on your hands! DEATH RACE SUH-THOUSAND

That would be tremendous. Unfortunately for Suh, he still has a lot of work to do to catch Donte Stallworth in the points standings. And Brandon Jacobs has law enforcement on his side while being reckless on the roadways. The deck appears stacked against Suh, but you have to admire his determination.

In other news, Browns cornerback Joe Haden returns from suspension for testing positive for Adderall, just as another defensive back, Tampa’s Aqib Talib, gets nailed with a four-game suspension for a positive Adderall test of his own.

Your early game slate, as rated for potential watchability by KSK’s patented four- and sometimes five-star system:

Oakland at Atlanta *
Dallas at Baltimore ***
Cincinnati at Cleveland **
Detroit at Philadelphia ***
St. Louis at Miami **
Indianapolis at New York Jets ** (Four stars if John Cena completes heel turn by taking out Tebow)
Kansas City at Tampa Bay *