NFL free agency has cooled down after an exciting start at the turn of the new league year, but there still is one superstar available on the open market.
Ndamukong Suh remains unsigned after being released by the Miami Dolphins on March 14. As expected, a number of teams have kicked the tires on Suh, but the defensive tackle’s free-agent decision could be coming soon.
The Seattle Seahawks, New Orleans Saints and Dallas Cowboys reportedly were three of the first teams to express interest in Suh, but each club appears to have fallen out of the race. And now that Suh’s free-agent visits likely have concluded, the competition for signing the five-time Pro Bowl selection reportedly is down to two teams.
Adding Suh to the Los Angeles Rams would be downright frightening. The Rams already have added two defensive stars this offseason in Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib, and pairing Suh on a defensive line alongside Aaron Donald would give opposing quarterbacks nightmares.
The Tennessee Titans have been equally active of late. The team has addressed both sides of the ball in signing Malcolm Butler and Dion Lewis, and the addition of Suh would beef up an already impressive front seven.
At 31 years old, Suh likely still has plenty left in the tank, so whichever team acquires the star DT will be bringing in a true defensive game-changer.