“[The Miami Dolphins & Ndamukong Suh] can’t finalize until Tuesday. We will hope he comes to his senses,” Anderson’s source said. “[K]ey is playing for coach [Jim] Caldwell and Teryl [Austin]. Plus good players around him. Can’t get that there...”
Michael Rothstein reports that the Lions offer to Suh included $17 million per year and $58 million guaranteed over the course of six years.
According to Florio, Spiller’s camp believed that the running back market would be better than expected.
DeMarco Murray is likely to be the first running back to sign once free agency is open for business on Tuesday.
Interestingly enough, Spiller could be aided by the contract the Bills are giving to LeSean McCoy.
- Tim Graham reports that the Bills’ negotiations with DE Jerry Hughes “should” come to a head Sunday.
- Mike Wells reports that the Colts are not interested in signing RB DeMarco Murray at this point in time.