Ndamukong Suh
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Its safe to say the city of New York is ready for the NFL season to be over. The Giants and Jets going into today sit at a combined record of 5-18. After the New York Giants suffered a heart breaking loss to a weak Jacksonville Jaguars team, the city has received some good news when it comes to its future. Three time prowl bowl defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is interested in playing in New York after the conclusion of this season. Suh has been on the record for wanting to play for a big market in hopes of boosting his brand. As a client of Roc Nation the New York connection seems obvious. The Giants would make the most sense as the Jets do not have a great need for defensive line help. A massive wall of Muhammad Wilkerson, Sheldon Richardson, and Damon “Snacks” Harrison probably take the Jets off the list of potential suitors. The contract Gerald McCoy recently received will set the market price for Suh after getting a 7 year, 100 million dollar extension with Tampa Bay. Dallas, Chicago, and Oakland are other possible landing spots. The Lions have a remote chance of retaining Suh as the Franchise Tag will exceed 26 million to retain the 27 year old.