The Seattle Seahawks may have an even scarier defense as defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is reportedly interested in joining them.
Ndamukong Suh’s career in Detroit has likely come to an end, as the defensive tackle’s rookie contract expired after the 2014 season.
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Suh became a major component of the Lions defense in his rookie season, and he continued his Pro Bowl-calibre production as he helped them secure the top-ranked run defense in 2014.
His career was marred by his reputation as a dirty player however, with multiple stomping incidents against the Green Bay Packers.
He had his one-game suspension overturned and was able to play in the Lions’ playoff loss to the Dallas Cowboys.
Suh is expected to command a contract worth over $100 million, and he is reportedly interested in signing with the Seattle Seahawks.
It will be difficult for them to afford him however, as they are expected to give quarterback Russell Wilson a large contract extension. They also have their defensive core already locked up, and may not see Suh as a priority.