If the Lions aren't willing to pay defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh a king's ransom this spring, there's a good chance that he's going to end up playing for a different franchise next season. And if he does, it'll be solely because Detroit didn't want to pay him. So earlier this week, after the Lions declined to use the franchise tag on Suh, a group of anonymous investors contacted Outfront Media in Detroit and asked to buy up a bunch of billboards all over the city. Those billboards look like this:

Outfront Media has not revealed how much the group paid for the billboards or how long they're going to appear in the Detroit area. But if Suh does end up signing with a new team and leaving the city behind, one of these billboards might be the last thing he sees in his rearview mirror as he drives out of town. Stay tuned to see if the Lions figure out a way to keep Suh on their roster.

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[via ESPN]