Five Miami Dolphins players on European tour to meet, greet U.S. troops
Dolphins players Mike Hull (left), Chase Allen, Eric Smith (rear), Ndamukong Suh and MarQueis Gray pose with a U.S. soldier (No. 17 Ryan Tannehill jersey) at Camp Bondsteel in Yugoslavia. (Photo courtesy of the Miami Dolphins)
Ndamukong Suh, who knows something about defense, got a lesson on the subject on a whole different level.
Dolphins defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh with a soldier at Camp Bondsteel in Yugoslavia. (Photo courtesy of the Miami Dolphins)
Suh is one of five Dolphins who just visited the troops at Camp Bondsteel, an installation located near Kosovo.
Suh and the team posted a short video on social media Monday showing Chase Allen, MarQueis Gray, Mike Hull, Eric Smith and Suh mingling with soldiers during another of the NFL’s tours in which players visit with personnel, sign autographs and learn about their duties.
“Can I get a picture?” one soldier asks Smith, who replies, “Yes, ma’am. You don’t even have to ask.”
The camp is a 955-acre facility built in 1999 and named after James Bondsteel, a decorated Army staff sergeant in the Vietnam War.
Dolphins linebacker Chase Allen greets a soldier in Camp Bondsteel in Yugoslavia. (Photo courtesy of the Miami Dolphins)
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