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And his teammates insisted they did not have a big problem it.
When Caldwell was asked why he didn’t tell the two-time All-Pro defensive tackle to show up, he chuckled.
Instead a lot of questions and answers focused on a new coach and newcomers such as wide receiver Golden Tate and safety James Ihedigbo, a player who wasn’t even at team headquarters was the story of the day.
“It’s drawing attention that we don’t need around here right now,” Lions center Dominic Raiola acknowledged.
A person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press on Monday night that Suh will attend organized team activities in May and a mandatory minicamp the next month. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because Suh was not announcing his plans.
Suh is entering the last year of his contract, and the team has said it is having “civil and productive,” negotiations about a long-term deal.
“Whatever situation him and management are working out, he’ll work out soon enough,” Tulloch said. “And, he’ll be here to help the team win.”
He has not missed a game because of an injury. He was suspended for two games in 2011 for stomping on an opponent and has been fined seven times for more than $200,000 by the NFL for his on-field conduct.
“Since I’ve been here, he’s always been a professional when it comes to taking care of himself and being ready,” Tulloch said. “I know wherever he’s at right now he’s working hard and I know he has a playbook.”
Detroit does have a new scheme on both sides of the ball because coach Jim Schwartz was fired after the team flopped to a 7-9 finish.
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