The world can appear to be at your feet when the cap space is flowing. Enter Mike Maccagnan, general manager of the New York Jets.

The fourth-year GM who entered his rookie year in 2015 with a ton of cap space has operated under a tight budget until this offseason and now, it appears as though he’d attempting to land one more big fish.

According to Jordan Schultz of Yahoo Sports, the Jets are not only interested in obtaining the services of free agent defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, they’re the leading money-offerers in the clubhouse.

Suh, 31, was the second overall selection by the Detroit Lions during the 2010 NFL Draft. A Nebraska product, he quickly established himself as one of the league’s premier interior defensive lineman.

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He also quickly gained a reputation as a defensive bad boy.

Suh became more known for his low-blows, face-stomping and field-fighting than his incredible defensive play. Still, the resume cannot be argued with. In eight seasons, Suh has been named to five Pro Bowls and an incredible three First-Team All-Pro teams.

In 126 games, the interior beast has piled up 51.5 sacks and 289 tackles.

Suh has already stated that he’s looking to go to whichever team offers the most money. The one negative for New York is that Todd Bowles’ runs a 3-4 scheme, taking away from Suh’s amazing 3-technique prowess.

But Ndamukong Suh can play anywhere inside of the interior in any scheme. Should the New York Jets land him, he’d make for one nice partner with Leonard Williams.