The Los Angeles Chargers have been linked to Ndamukong Suh multiple times in the past. Could they sign the veteran to bolster the defensive line for 2020?
Star defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh will hit free agency for the third year in a row. After being cut by the Miami Dolphins in 2017 to free up cap space, he signed a one-year contract with the Los Angeles Rams in 2018 and was an important member of their Super Bowl run.
In 2019, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were the winners of the sweepstakes to sign the sought-after veteran. He had the least productive season of his career in Tampa and at 33 years old, he will enter free agency once again.
Ultimately, defensive tackle help came in the way of Jerry Tillery, the Chargers’ first-round selection in the 2019 NFL Draft.
Many may not remember, but 2019 wasn’t the first time that Suh was linked to the Chargers. Back in 2015, Suh hit free agency for the first time after five productive seasons with the Detroit Lions.
Before the Dolphins made Suh the highest-paid defensive player in NFL history at the time, Kevin Patra of NFL.com reported the Chargers were making a run at Suh.
The Los Angeles Chargers could sign Suh five years after they first showed interest. Should the Chargers sign or pass on Ndamukong Suh?