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Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh said Tuesday that he has “no hard feelings” toward the Miami Dolphins after he made an Instagram comment poking fun at their run defense.

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Now that Ndamukong Suh is with another team, he finds the Miami Dolphins’ soft run defense funny.

“I got an opportunity to comment like any other person on Instagram,” Suh said. “Really made an observation any blind man could see.”

The play that caught Suh’s attention was a 71-yard touchdown run by the Carolina Panthers’ Christian McCaffrey in a preseason game against the Dolphins that was posted to the NFL’s Instagram account.

“Right up the Gut lol,” Suh wrote in the comments.
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The Dolphins released Suh, a five-time Pro Bowler, in March and less than two weeks later he signed a one-year deal worth $14 million with the Rams.

Suh said Tuesday that he recently spoke with Dolphins owner Stephen Ross.

“It’s a business,” Suh said. “And how I look at it is they had to move on from me and I’m happy where I’m at right now.”

Suh is expected to see his first preseason action with the Rams on Saturday when they play the Houston Texans.

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ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs, who weren’t deep at safety to begin with, will not have starter Daniel Sorensen when the regular season begins. Sorensen, who injured a knee at training camp, will have surgery and miss the first part of the regular season, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Sorensen, 28, became a starter last season, his fourth with the Chiefs after being signed as an undrafted rookie from BYU. Sorensen replaced Eric Berry, who missed all but the season opener after tearing his Achilles tendon.

Berry is back, but the Chiefs early in the offseason released another longtime starter, Ron Parker.

Daniel Sorensen started at safety for the Chiefs last season. Scott Winters/Icon Sportswire
The Chiefs gave Berry the day off from practice Tuesday as part of his rehabilitation program.

Without Sorensen and Berry, the starting safeties were Eric Murray and rookie Armani Watts. Murray was the third safety for the Chiefs last season, playing in 14 games. Watts is a fourth-round draft pick from Texas A&M.

The Chiefs begin their preseason Thursday night against the Houston Texans at Arrowhead Stadium.