On Tuesday, the Dolphins launched the first voluntary minicamp of coach Adam Gase’s tenure. Defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh did not volunteer to attend.
Some teammates who chose to be there reportedly were upset with Suh. During a Wednesday visit to PFT Live on NBC Sports Radio, I asked Gase for his reaction to that report.
“Anytime you hear reports like this, it’s hard to pay attention to it because I feel like I have a good enough relationship with our players to where if they have a problem with something, my door’s wide open and if somebody has an issue with somebody else they know where to come,” Gase said. “So unless I have one of those situations come up, which I haven’t, then that’s something I really don’t want to worry about.”
It doesn’t mean the situation won’t land on Gase’s radar screen with a visit from players. It means only that, so far, it hasn’t.