Jim Schwartz hasn't had a whole lot to say about Ndamukong Suh's lack of a contract so far, but he did speak about the issue today and sounded less than pleased.
"We have six practices in shoulder pads and six full-padded practices in training camp and we already finished two shoulder-pad practices," Schwartz said. "Those are opportunities that, once they are gone, they are gone forever. He's not getting them back. I am not going to change the schedule and put everybody else back in pads.
"I think the disappointing thing from his standpoint is this is work that you can't get back."
You can understand why Schwartz is starting to grow tired of this whole situation. Aside from the fact that it is a huge distraction, Schwartz is without his top draft pick and somebody that should be practicing with what is an immensely improved defensive line. Instead Suh is stuck waiting for a contract to be agreed to while the rest of his teammates are hard at work.
For everyone's sake, I hope this situation is resolved sooner rather than later.