Suh Leaves Titans Visit Without Deal

Ndamukong Suh may be ready to make a decision between two teams, or he could have plans to open the door for others.

Either way, the ninth-year defensive tackle has now left his Titans visit without a deal, Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com tweets. Suh departed his Saints summit for Nashville, Tenn., earlier this weekend and will now contemplate his options.

Those have been the only two teams Suh has visited, but as arguably the top free agent remaining, the 31-year-old defensive tackle could see more teams get into the mix. Suh said he wants to visit the Seahawks, but nothing has been scheduled between the sides at this time.

The door is not believed to be closed on a Saints agreement, but they and the Titans have now made their pitches, with neither securing an agreement while Suh was in their respective buildings.

The Titans have released both Karl Klug and Sylvester Williams and would have a surefire opening for Suh. But a Suh contract will not come cheap.

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  1. Mark Wolf

    Suh is a very good football player and he simply was paid way to much money by the Dolphins. Three years at $60 million dollars is just crazy, no Davis worth that kind of cash, not even Tom Brady makes that amount. The Dolphins had to m9ve on because Suh pay was not sustainable, the Dolphins are moving in another direction. Wish Suh well and it will be 8ntersting to see who picks him up. My guess is Titians or Seahawks.

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