It looks like the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the last team he played for, won’t bring him back.
Therefore, he can sign with any team that needs him.
Unfortunately, he doesn’t have any takers for now even if he had six sacks for Tampa Bay in 2021.
However, his tackles went down from 44 in 2020 to 27 last season.
That’s not an encouraging statistic for teams that are looking to beef up their defensive line.
Still, Suh can help any team even as a rotational player.
Unfortunately, it seems like the team he would like to suit up for isn’t interested.
While the market will continue to crystallize for Ndamukong Suh’s services as the season draws near, I’m told the #Raiders are not currently in pursuit, per league source.
Suh can provide value to any number of NFL defenses.
— IG: JosinaAnderson (@JosinaAnderson) June 21, 2022
CBS Sports’ Josina Anderson tweeted, “While the market will continue to crystallize for Ndamukong Suh’s services as the season draws near, I’m told the #Raiders are not currently in pursuit, per league source. Suh can provide value to any number of NFL defenses.”
Suh did comment “Raiders could be fun” in response to Adam Schefter’s post which confirmed that Suh’s days with the Buccaneers are over.
Even if the Raiders have roughly $20 million in cap space left, burning some of that money for Suh is an unwise decision.
At this point, both of those players are better than Suh in what he does best.
Best Fit For Suh
He should pick up when the New Orleans Saints call.
Suh will still do wonders under a Dennis Allen defense.
He’s still good enough to attract two offensive linemen and create disruption from the line of scrimmage.
The Saints could maximize him during stunts or pressures that take out the quarterback’s escape route.
More importantly, playing for New Orleans gives him at least two chances to get payback from the Buccaneers.