DETROIT — Lions center Dominic Raiola said he’s been in touch with defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh who told him he would be at the OTAs which start on Tuesday.
Raiola was speaking at an event with Bernie Smilovitz at the MGM Grand Detroit on Monday night.
The center said he thought too much had been made of Suh’s absence in voluntary workouts so far this season. Suh missed the voluntary minicamp and the workouts which started on April 7.
He said he knows Suh will show up in shape, saying he’ll look like “Adonis.’’
The voluntary OTAs (organized team activities) start on Tuesday.