Ndamukong Suh explains how he learned to be better person due to failed stint with Miami Dolphins

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NFL star Ndamukong Suh took to Twitter recently to explain why his tenure with the Miami Dolphins didn’t work out.

In 2015, Suh signed a massive six-year contract with the Dolphins. However, he would only remain on the team for three years before the two sides parted ways.

Though Suh has been known as something of a villain during his NFL career, he came off as a thoughtful and mature individual as he broke down what he learned about himself during his time with the team.

Suh specifically touched on how his blunt attitude and locker-room presence pushed teammates away and created a divide within the team.

He went on to explain how a coaching change altered his attitude. When Suh was no longer being heard in the way he once was, it caused him to become more self-aware and pay more attention to the way he interacted with others.

Suh seems very appreciative of the personal growth that he was able to accomplish as a result of his stint with the Dolphins.

The 34-year-old is coming off of a Super Bowl win with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The championship is the latest achievement in his decorated career. He is a five-time Pro Bowler and is often regarded as one of the better defensive players of his era.

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