Dolphins players reportedly upset after Ndamukong Suh skips minicamp
Several Miami Dolphins players are reportedly unhappy that Ndamukong Suh skipped the team’s voluntary minicamp on Tuesday.
Suh was absent which, according to Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald, is not unusual as the defensive tackle prefers to do his offseason work at the Nike compound in Oregon. Teammates, however, are “privately steamed” that Suh, the leader of the defense and highest-paid defender in the NFL, went and did whatever he wanted instead of being with the team. This, Beasley notes, is apparently a recurring issue.
There’s a stark contrast with Cameron Wake, who practiced with the team Tuesday just six months after tearing his Achilles and was praised for leading by example.
Suh seems to have some issues with his teammates. He was pretty isolated in the locker room last season, and he reportedly put off some teammates with a fiery speech, though Suh vehemently denied that that happened.