“For them it’s just a great way to kind of say how they feel without saying too much and kind of get the conversation going,” Zipp said.
In an effort to make Lions fans feel better, I give you Detroit’s top 10 toughest losses.
With Nick Fairley’s seemingly on the bubble as well, the man said the Lions could soon have “their two front teeth missing.”
ESPN’s Mike Sando listed Fairley as number one among “buyer-beware” free agents.
Suh could have remained with the Lions and still surpassed Watt as the most highly paid defensive player in the NFL.
Florio said Miami’s interest in Suh comes from the owner’s desire to make a dramatic acquisition.
“You’ve seen Ndamukong grow … into a leadership role, and a lot of that leadership is how he prepares on a weekly basis,” Schwartz said.
The Detroit Lions would obviously prefer to ink Suh to a long-term deal before any of that occurs, but the odds Suh will commit before exploring his options are looking increasingly slim.
Suh can sign with another team as soon as 4 p.m. Tuesday, when 2014 player contracts expire and free agency officially begins.
The earliest Suh could sign a deal with another team is 4 p.m. Tuesday, when 2014 player contracts expire and free agency officially begins.