Ndamukong Suh got to do something most NFL players can only dream about: Welcoming a music legend.

The Lions star defensive tackle got on stage at Comerica Park and introduced Kid Rock before a packed house. Suh had just played in the Lions' 34-3 beat-down of the Bengals at Ford Field, before going across the street for the concert.

"It was a lot of fun," Suh told Booth Newspapers. "I had a blast out there. I'm a very lucky guy; I got to introduce him -– something that I never had an opportunity to ever do before. Speaking in front of a crowd like that =– 40,000 on a Saturday night in Detroit -– (there's) probably nothing better than that. I can see why he still does it. The thrill, the rush that you get on that stage is amazing."

Ndamukong has been a busy man of late, taking part in the Gumball 3000 road race in Europe, and setting the world record for the largest Tweetup of Twitter followers.

The former Nebraska star lived up to the hype as a rookie. Suh was the AP Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2010, earning a Pro Bowl berth despite playing for the bad-luck Lions. Ndamukong had 66 tackles and 10 sacks with an interception.

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