Veteran defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is still a free agent. However, he is receiving interest on the open market. According to NFL USA Today reporter Tyler Dragon, the Browns, Raiders, and Vikings are all rumored to be interested in the 35-year old. Dragon also revealed the timetable for a Suh signing.
The Browns are another team interested in Ndamukong Suh, per a source. Expect Suh to sign with a club closer to the start of training camp. The Vikings and Raiders are two other teams that have talked to the free agent DT.
Ndamukong Suh is a 12-year NFL veteran who has made 5 Pro Bowl teams and been selected to 3 First-Team All-Pro teams. He has developed a reputation as one of the most consistent defensive tackles in the game. His health has remained in-tact in almost every season and he only played less than 16 games one time. Despite being past his prime, Suh still recorded 6 sacks and 27 combined tackles last year for the Buccaneers.
In addition to his on-field play, Suh is an established player in the league. He would bring leadership ability to whichever team he signs with. That fact alone will catch team’s attention.
The Browns have developed a strong defense and Suh would be a nice depth piece. However, the Vikings and Raiders would view Suh as more of a necessity. Both teams would benefit greatly from his presence on their rosters. It should be noted that Suh recently hinted at shared Raiders interest.
We will have to wait and see what the future holds for Ndamukong Suh. For now, all we know is that NFL teams are still interested in the 35-year old.