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Ndamukong Suh to Rams on 1-year deal

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According to reports, Ndamukong Suh has finally found a new home after being released by the Miami Dolphins earlier in the offseason.

Currently, Jimmy Garoppalo and Russell Wilson are purchasing hefty new life insurance policies and Sam Bradford is considering becoming a monk. Suh and Aaron Donald are probably the best pair of defensive tackles since noted fatass Tony Siragusa and Sam Adams, and increase the Rams’ stature as a legitimate contender in the NFC.

$14 million is a lot of money, and the Raiders were in no way going to approach that number, which is likely why Suh’s visit to Oakland was called off to begin with. But, since it’s a one-year deal, the Raiders can always try again next year when they will have more space to work with.

The Raiders will play the Rams this year in Oakland, and it will be up to the Raiders’ interior line to figure out how to stop both Donald and Suh in addition to the rest of Los Angeles’ talented defense.