The Saints appear to be in the mix for defensive tackle Ndamakoung Suh.
The teams is showing interest in acquiring Ndamukong Suh, who was released by the Miami Dolphins this week, according to a source. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Suh is scheduled to visit the Saints this Friday in what could be a precursor to a potential partnership. Ryan Tannehill would restructure his deal while Danny Amendola would jump from New England to Miami. He will likely take more after that. Adding Suh to their stop unit would be a big boost to the Saints' run defense that still needs some retooling following a campaign in which New Orleans allowed 111.7 rushing yards per game.
"For Suh, I don't know what less means but it's not going to be anywhere near $20 million for him to play with the Patriots-I wouldn't think".
Suh signed a $60 million, fully guaranteed contract three years ago.
Ndamukong Suh is now a free agent, and the New England Patriots could be the ideal team for him - if he is willing to take less money.
Since 2010, Suh, who recorded 15.5 sacks and 181 combined tackles in his time in Florida, ranks second in his role in sacks and total pressures, with 51.5 and 381.5 respectively, and first in QB hits and tackles for loss, with 147 and 103 respectively. The Cowboys' cap situation is way tighter with only $3.04 million, so they'd have to shuffle the roster if they hope to make space for Suh.