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Suh credits Williams, Vanden Bosch for growth

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By Eric Edholm

In racking up a slew of awards following his standout rookie season, Lions DT Ndamukong Suh has deflected a great deal of praise on others who helped him be so successful so fast. In particular, Suh said he learned the most from fellow DLs Corey Williams and Kyle Vanden Bosch. "It's as simple as during camp and the season, me and Corey would sit next to each other in the film room, studying, breaking down guys together, as well as me and Kyle going in early to work on Tuesdays, watching film, looking at guys and looking at offenses together," Suh said from Dallas. "We really do that as a group, but I just (mention) those guys because a lot of times it was just us." As for his surgically repaired shoulder, Suh said he's working toward getting back to playing level at a gradual pace. "Right now I am in the process of continuing to get stronger and stronger," he said. "There's really no timetable for myself. Probably later on in the next three or four weeks I'll look at a timetable of getting back to full workouts and so forth."

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