Sometimes sports figures get carried away. Its fine for Cunningham to support his player. However, someone should inform Cunningham that football isn’t life. Great men are those who choose the moral right, rather than the easy or popular; those that do the “right” thing irrespective of personal gain or pain and inspire others to do the same. Suh does none of these things. Parents want their children to emulate great men. Does Cunningham really want his children to act like Suh does. When someone does something blatantly wrong, and then does not accept responsibility for their actions (until he is obviously told to at least appear to accept blame to hopefully reduce the punishment for his acts), they are the poster boy for delusional, self indulgent, spoiled athletes. Suh a great person, can’t prove it by me.