Even Detroit Lions owner Martha Ford showed up for the first day of voluntary mini-camp. Lions star defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh did not.
The Detroit Lions have begun their first voluntary minicamp under first-year coach Jim Caldwell without Ndamukong Suh.
There’s the math problem, there’s the optics problem, and the attitude problem. He’s a great player, but worth nowhere near the money he’s commanding considering the position he plays.
Ndamukong Suh will be a no-show at the Detroit Lions’ voluntary minicamp this week.
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The Detroit Lions will not vilify one of their best players, star defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, for skipping voluntary workouts at the team facility to work privately with his chosen trainers in Oregon
Sheldon White, the vice president of pro personnel for the Detroit Lions, has an easier job now than he did a few years ago.
The talks, according to team president Tom Lewand, have been relatively good.
Ndamukong Suh didn’t show up for the start of the Lions’ off season program.
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Caldwell, if prepared for Suh’s absence, seemed less than thrilled by it.
Bush stopped short of stating with certainty that Suh was absent because of his contract situation.