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Per an NFL Network report, Suh likely will take more visits after Tennessee, and he is expected to take his time deciding where he will play next.
The 31-year-old was released by Miami on Wednesday, three years after signing what was then the most lucrative contract ever given to a defensive player, a six-year deal worth $114 million with $60 million guaranteed. Suh agreed to that contract during the negotiation period prior to the official opening of free agency in March 2015. This time around, it seems he will meet with multiple suitors before choosing where to sign.
According to a separate NFL Network report, the Dallas Cowboys are out of the running for Suh's services despite showing initial interest. Suh also has been linked to the Seattle Seahawks, who might not re-sign free agent defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson.
The No. 2 overall pick of the Detroit Lions in 2010, Suh has 51.5 career sacks -- with no fewer than four in a season -- across eight years while never missing a game due to injury. In three campaigns with the Dolphins, he tallied 15.5 sacks and 49 quarterback hits.
--Field Level Media