Ndamukong Suh is a contradiction. He is both a big (6-foot-4-inches, 307 pounds), bruising defensive tackle who has been accused of dirty play on the football field, as well as a gentle, soft-spoken person off of it. Even his name is intimidating: it means "House of Spears" in the language of the Ngemba tribe in Cameroon, where his father is from. In a league that seems to display brawn over brains, Suh was both, making the Academic Honor Roll his senior year in college. And while a dominant and imposing player from the moment he entered the NFL, Suh has also shown versatility as spokesperson for a number of national brands including Subway and Chrysler. He also has a giving side to him, donating $2.6 million to his alma mater, Nebraska. While still known primarily as a punishing, relentless force on the football field, Suh has already added two reality TV shows to his resume, and seems to have more ambitions plans to appear in front of the camera as often as his busy NFL career will allow.