Detroit Lions head coach Jim Caldwell said that re-signing defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh will be one of the highest priorities for the team.
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The Detroit Lions blew a 13-point lead against the Dallas Cowboys in Sunday to lose, 24-20. Their playoff drought since 1991 continued after a heartbreaking exit.
Defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, who was able to play after having his suspension overturned, took the loss particularly hard as he broke down in his press conference before walking away.
He is set to become a free agent in 2015 as his rookie contract will expire, but Lions head coach Jim Caldwell said that the team will do everything they can to keep Suh in Detroit.
The head coach said that the defensive tackle will be one of the Lions’ highest priorities.
Pro Football Talk reported on Caldwell’s comments in the beginning of the Lions’ offseason.
Caldwell calls keeping Suh “one of our highest priorities” http://t.co/wT1PvQWKwn
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