2. Ndamukong Suh, DT
The No. 2 overall pick back in 2010, Ndamukong Suh has put together a long and impressive career in the NFL. He spent five seasons with the Detroit Lions and had 238 tackles and 36 sacks for them during that span.
From there, he headed to the Miami Dolphins for three seasons, the Los Angeles Rams for a year — where he made a trip to the Super Bowl — and then spent the past three years with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (where he won a Super Bowl).
Now a free agent once again, the 35-year-old hasn’t had many suitors this offseason. The main team that seems to be interested right now is the Minnesota Vikings.
Other than Minnesota, the Cleveland Browns have been named as a landing spot, but they have refuted that report, saying they have no interest in Suh.
With the lack of movement, this could be the perfect time for Dallas to swoop in and see what it would take to land the 12-year veteran, who can still play even though he’s in his mid-30s.
Over the past two seasons, Suh has registered 12 sacks while generating 48 quarterback pressures from his interior position. Dallas has some youth in the middle of their line, including Osa Odighizuwa, but adding Suh would still be a wise move. He can work in a rotation with Odighizuwa while also showing the youngster a few things along the way.