Lions DT Suh helped rescue comedian from drowning

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Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is being credited with helping save comedian Louie Anderson from drowning during the recent filming of a reality show.
Suh and former Olympic diver Greg Louganis rescued Anderson from a pool during filming of a celebrity diving reality show called "Splash," according to TMZ.
Anderson had to be rescued from drowning after practicing one of his dives. Suh and Louganis had to lift Anderson out from the bottom of the pool.
Lions coach Jim Schwartz said last week he was not concerned about his star lineman's involvement on the show, which airs starting in the spring on ABC. He said he would be more concerned if Suh were ice skating or sky diving.

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