CM: I don't think he's a dirty player. I actually like the way he plays. It's a spark for their team. Unfortunately they're turning [the Lions] around, and he's definitely the linchpin of that defense. Guys feed off him.
What's the difference between Suh and your teammate defensive tackle B.J. Raji?
CM: They're two very different players. B.J.'s a tremendous athlete in his own right. He's definitely stepping up his game in the pass rush. He really believes in himself, especially after the success he had in the latter part of last season.
Do you rub it in with former USC teammates that you won a Super Bowl?
CM: I try to stay humble. The diamonds look nice on my finger though. That speaks for itself.
Would you cut your hair if I could guarantee you a trip back to the Super Bowl?
CM: Can you guarantee the win?
I'll get you back there, but you have to play the game.
CM: You're familiar with the story of Samson. You can get me to the Super Bowl. However, if I don't have my hair there, I can't create plays that would help us win the Super Bowl. I'm just going to try to get there the old-fashioned way—hard work.