The big news today was always going to be whether Ndamukong Suh would show up for the start of the Miami Dolphins offseason conditioning program because of his history for not doing so with the Detroit Lions. And we have that answer.
Suh told the team's website he arrived for work at 5:45 a.m.
The new news is that Suh was joined today by two more recent and important additions to the roster: Tight end Jordan Cameron and wide receiver Kenny Stills.
I am told both Cameron and Stills showed up and worked during the voluntary program.
And that's a good start for the three biggest additions to the Miami roster so far this offseason. The last thing any team needs is drama about such a mundane thing as some prominent player skipping offseason conditioning.
These three new Dolphins definitely avoided that drama today.
Mike Pouncey, the team's newly minted $45 million center, also attended today.