Ndamukong Suh canceling meeting with Raiders could be good sign for Rams

Aubrey Yates
March 22, 2018

The Oakland Raiders re-signed defensive tackle Justin Ellis last week, but that's not stopping them from gauging interest in defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh.

Free agent defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh canceled his visit with the Oakland Raiders scheduled for Wednesday, and there is no indication Suh plans to reschedule it, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported. In other words, Suh declining to meet with the Raiders means the Rams not only have one less team to worry about competing with, but also that the decision may have already been made about which team he prefers to join. The former Nebraska star is still looking for his first playoff victory despite being a five-time All-Pro and reaching an equal amount of Pro Bowls.

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The 31-year-old's release in Miami came three years after he signed what was then the most lucrative contract ever given to a defensive player, a six-year deal worth $114m with $60m guaranteed. The last big domino to fall in free agency, Suh could be the difference maker for one of three teams hoping to return to the postseason in 2018.

Suh, who turned 32 in January, is a three-time first-team All-Pro selection and a five-time Pro Bowl selection who has recorded 51.5 sacks in eight National Football League seasons.

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