Ryan Tannehill on Ndamukong Suh skipping workouts: ‘No hard feelings’
Ndamukong Suh was the only member of the Miami Dolphins to skip voluntary minicamp on Tuesday without legitimate excuse, but Ryan Tannehill does not see it as a major issue.
Tannehill was asked on Wednesday about Suh choosing not to show up, and the quarterback said there are “no hard feelings.”
“I’m sure he’s working to get better doing his own thing,” Tannehill said, per Barry Jackson of The Miami Herald. “No hard feelings. He’s done things a certain way his whole career, a process he goes through both mentally and physically. Sometimes you have to go through your own process to feel fully prepared in your own way.”
Usually when guys skip voluntary workouts they are upset over their contract situation. Since Suh is the highest-paid defensive player in the NFL, that certainly isn’t the case with him.
While Tannehill is saying publicly that Suh’s absence isn’t an issue, a report from earlier this week claimed Suh’s teammates are furious. There were also rumors that Suh was kind of doing his own thing in the locker room last season, so we shouldn’t be shocked that he is working out alone.