Ndamukong Suh and Lions Come to Terms on a Five-Year Deal

Lions and their top draft pick have reached a deal. Defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, the second overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, has agreed to a five-year contract worth a base of $60 million with a maximum of $68 million. The contract includes $40 million in guaranteed money for the former Nebraska standout. The deal comes days after the draft’s No. 1 pick, Sam Bradford, inked a six-year deal worth a reported maximum of $86 million – $50 million in guaranteed money.

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One Response to “Ndamukong Suh and Lions Come to Terms on a Five-Year Deal”

  1. W. Chris Dempster says:

    Ndamukong Suh,

    Thanks for coming to Detroit!

    The Lions go to Pittsburgh in a week. May I suggest you make arrangements to meet Joe Green? You may or may not know Joe, but he was in a very similar position to your’s more than 30 years ago. The Steelers were 1-13 when he arrived. I’m sure if you approach him he would be honored (a quality guy) to have dinner and share his experiences. We Pittsburghers (me former – living now in Canton, MI) consider Joe the cornerstone of the Steeler dynasty. You, too, are that guy in Detroit.

    Good luck and again thanks for coming to the Detroit Lions.

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