There is not much to write about when it comes to the NFL right now, let's just be honest about it. Everybody is waiting for a player to slip up and make a huge mistake, just like Ray McDonald did over the weekend.
Whilst the Bears decided to release the controversial star in an embarrassing moment for the franchise, elsewhere in the NFL there might as well be tumbleweed strewn across the league.
That is why the latest bit of news that is circulating around the league is classed as news these days.
Suh makes change
When the Miami Dolphins signed star defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh they knew they were about to change the superstar defensive player's wage packet for the rest of his playing days, but what they didn't know is that they were about to change his attitude as well.
Suh was well known for skipping voluntary OTAs when he was at his former NFL team, the Detroit Lions, but it seems a huge pay increase and a new team has changed Suh's approach to the offseason.
You have to admit that it makes sense somewhat. All of a sudden Suh is the best paid defensive player in the NFL, and no doubt he feels a huge responsibility has been placed on his shoulders now he is in Miami.
Rather than sit out OTAs with his new team, the superstar defensive tackle chose to join his new teammates on Tuesday in South Beach, according to reports.
"According to Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post, Suh is in South Beach and expected to take part in the Miami Dolphins' OTAs, which begin Tuesday," NFL.com reported on Tuesday.
"Suh was present at the Dolphins' first workout of the season, but has since been absent from voluntary activities. It will be Suh's first time on the field with new teammates and a new defense."
What do you make of Suh's decision to turn up at the Lions' OTAs? Let us know in the comments section below.
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