We know one thing for sure: there is no shortage of suitors for Ndamukong Suh.
The veteran defensive tackle was released by the Miami Dolphins on March 15 and has since spent the offseason visiting a host of teams who are in need of his services.
Suh reportedly visited the New Orleans Saints and Tennessee Titans, while the Seattle Seahawks also are seen as a leader to sign the 31-year-old Suh.
And now there reportedly are two more teams that are set to host the dominant defensive tackle.
Yahoo! Sports’ Jordan Schultz reported Monday that Suh will visit the Los Angeles Rams. NFL Network’s Peter Schrager reported the meeting was held Tuesday, as the Rams hope to pair Suh with Aaron Donald in the middle of what would be a dominant defensive line.
But that tour doesn’t end there The five-time Pro Bowler reportedly will visit the Oakland Raiders on Wednesday, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Suh would give a huge boost to an Oakland defense that struggled during a disappointing 2017 season, providing a powerful pass rusher alongside Khalil Mack, as well as tenacity that would suit Jon Gruden’s vision for the team.
The Dallas Cowboys and New England Patriots also were initially seen as potential landing spots for Suh, but it doesn’t sound like either team has kicked the tires on him yet.