Ian told us a couple weeks ago about Ndamukong Suh's involvement in the "Experience the Glove" campaign in support of children around the world, which is centered around the new Michael Jackson "The Experience" video game for Nintendo Wii. The first we heard of this was when Suh took a field trip to ESPN (First Take, Scott Van Pelt Show, Page 2 interview, etc.) to endorse the release of the game and show off his dance moves.â†µ
Well, he took his tour to Detroit Children's Hospital on Tuesday where he held dance-offs with more than a dozen patients:â†µ
"Giving back and having an opportunity to join in somebody else's life that might be going through something tough," Suh said of the visit's purpose. "It brings joy to me because I know I would have definitely enjoyed it if somebody would have came and saw me when I was in the hospital." [...]â†µ
Suh was at the hospital to support the "Experience the Glove" campaign that helps children around the world. He autographed a replica of Jackson's famous glove that will be auctioned off on CharityBuzz.com. Proceeds will benefit the hospital.â†µ
Suh has done it all during his rookie season. Not only is he arguably having one of the best seasons ever for a rookie defensive tackle, he's done a remarkable job balancing football with charity work (including giving back to the NFL).â†µ
Suh is a big Michael Jackson fan and says "Bad" is his favorite song, but everything he does seems to be really, really good. It won't be long before Ndamukong Suh is one of the NFL's household names.