"There were a lot of things that were completely untrue that were said. Somebody said that Ndamukong was constantly late and was doing it to show up the coaching staff and all these different things," Schwartz told a Nashville, Tenn., radio station. "And I can say categorically, in four years as a player there, he was late zero times in four years, and I know that for a fact.
"I was there every single day. Ndamukong was one of our first guys in the building every single day, and he matured as a player also."
"You're not going to get voted by your teammates a team captain if you're the guy that's late and things like that," Schwartz said. "He's had an outstanding career so far, and he has a lot in front of him. Even though I'm now over at the Bills and we play Detroit this year, I'm certainly still a Ndamukong Suh fan and in a lot of ways still a Lions fan. I want a lot of players there, a lot of coaches there to continue to have success, as long as it is not at the Bills' expense."
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