Some Miami Dolphins players are reportedly angry that Ndamukong Suh skipped a voluntary minicamp.
A group of Miami Dolphins players are angry that defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh skipped the team’s first day of voluntary minicamp, reports the Miami Herald’s Adam Beasley.
The Dolphins—under first-year head coach Adam Gase—began a three-day voluntary minicamp Tuesday. Suh, along with veterans Reshad Jones, Koa Misi and Mario Williams, was absent.
Suh, who showed up to one day of the Dolphins’ voluntary conditioning program, often skips such practices. Beasley reports teammates were “privately steamed” at Suh, who reportedly took liberties on the field last season.
Suh is entering the second year of a six-year, $114 million contract which includes nearly $60 million in guaranteed money.
While Jones and Misi missed the voluntary practice for personal reasons, Jones skipped the minicamp because he wants a new contract, reports Beasley.