Dolphins’ Ndamukong Suh To Attend OTAs

Dolphins defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is doing something new this off-season: attending voluntary organized team activities.

The Miami Dolphins made Ndamukong Suh a very rich man this off-season, signing the massive defensive tackle to a six year, 114 million dollar contract. Suh, perhaps as a result of his new deal, has chosen to report to Miami’s official team activities. Organized team activities (OTA) are voluntary, and the veteran rarely attended the gatherings while a member of the Detroit Lions.

Suh showed up to the Dolphins’ first official workout of the season, but has failed to appear to all volunteer activities, until now. Suh will take the field for the first time with his new Miami Dolphins teammates, and will begin learning Kevin Coyle’s defense.

The Dolphins are one of thirty-one teams to begin their OTA’s this week. The St. Louis Rams are the lone team not beginning their activities this week.

The Dolphins will be glad to have their newest member show up, even if the activities are voluntary.


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