Ndamukong Suh will sign with #Dolphins on Tuesday based off parameters around $114 million and $60 million guaranteed, per sources.— Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) March 8, 2015
Suh also will get $60 million in first 3 years of 6-year contract, based on parameters set between #Dolphins and Suh's agent, Jimmy Sexton.— Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) March 8, 2015
The Miami Dolphins and soon-to-be free agent defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh appear to have come to an agreement on their "negotiating positions" (since, under the NFL rules of the "legal tampering" period, teams and players cannot agree on contract details, just "negotiating positions"). According to ESPN's Chris Mortensen, on Tuesday, the Dolphins will offer Suh a contract in the $114 million neighborhood, with $60 million in guaranteed money.
The contract, if Mortensen's details are correct, would be a six-year deal.
The Dolphins were linked to Suh almost immediately after the Lion officially did not franchise tag the defensive tackle. They cannot sign him until 4pm ET on Tuesday.