TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – He hasn’t been in Tampa Bay long, but Ndamukong Suh is quickly acclimating to his new team.
He spoke after the last day of mandatory mini-camp on Thursday saying he feels good about where he’s at with the Buccaneers. He says he’s focused on learning the playbook as much as he can during this long 6-week break before the start of training camp.
Suh also commented on the new culture of the Buccaneers. First-year head coach Bruce Arians has preached a “win now” mentality time and time again. As a result, Suh says it’s important to forget about the past and focus on the present and future, which he says is all about taking ownership and accountability on the football field in order to bring success to the organization.
Arians added he will be mixing up the schedule a bit to mimic regular season game times. He said while there will still be some morning practices, he’ll hold 4 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. camp days.