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Multiple league sources expect Colts to make strong push for Ndamakung Suh

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Yeah I got a BR report update saying Colts and Fins reportedly 60 million which I thought was rather low.

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Yeah I got a BR report update saying Colts and Fins reportedly 60 million which I thought was rather low.

That's only the guaranteed money.

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Yeah I got a BR report update saying Colts and Fins reportedly 60 million which I thought was rather low.

in guarentees not overall

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Do it...DO IT. I'm sick of overpaying for unproven talent. Suh is a monster and would add the attitude we need to BTM.

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If we got him, great. If not, I wont lose sleep over it.

I will still feel better if we can cut 2-3 more players and make a run at a WR, OLB and RB.

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Do it...DO IT. I'm sick of overpaying for unproven talent. Suh is a monster and would add the attitude we need to BTM.

i hope 6/82m 53guarenteed

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i hope 6/82m 53guarenteed

More like 6 years $100M $65M guaranteed.

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I won't hold my breath on him, I still think he goes too oakland

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Where does Suh play in a 3-4?

end would be my guess But he could play inside as well

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Yes, please, and thank you. #thereisyourmonster

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I won't hold my breath on him, I still think he goes too oakland

Why tf would he go to Oakland? He's already shown he wants to win and wants it badly. I'd think he's seriously considering Indy, we have plenty of money and we're a team on the rise.

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Why tf would he go to Oakland? He's already shown he wants to win and wants it badly. I'd think he's seriously considering Indy, we have plenty of money and we're a team on the rise.

When did he show that winning was more important than money? he said he wants to be a billionaire, guys that are all about winning don't say that. He won't end up in Indy.

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I won't hold my breath on him, I still think he goes too oakland

If I were him I'd do everything in my power to avoid Oakland, and Indy would give him a chance to win right away. It would also be the biggest splash this team has made on that side of the ball in a long time if not ever. Come on, Grigson...

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When did he show that winning was more important than money? he said he wants to be a billionaire, guys that are all about winning don't say that. He won't end up in Indy.

Seriously? The dude was crying when the Lions lost to the Cowboys in the playoffs this year. But I guess those tears were about money not the game?

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When did he show that winning was more important than money? he said he wants to be a billionaire, guys that are all about winning don't say that. He won't end up in Indy.

You can make up the difference of salary in endorsements. Being on a team that routinely goes deep into the playoffs and give him chances to win a Superbowl make him much more appealing to the masses and in turn, much more appealing to potential advertisement opportunities.

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Yes please! Pick up Suh and Haloti!

(Art Jones|Haloti Ngata|Ndamukong Suh)

That's one explosive D-line.

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Seriously? The dude was crying when the Lions lost to the Cowboys in the playoffs this year. But I guess those tears were about money not the game?

Maybe he was sad he wouldn't be getting his check the next week? :)

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You can make up the difference of salary in endorsements. Being on a team that routinely goes deep into the playoffs and give him chances to win a Superbowl make him much more appealing to the masses and in turn, much more appealing to potential advertisement opportunities.

This is not true at all.

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Seriously? The dude was crying when the Lions lost to the Cowboys in the playoffs this year. But I guess those tears were about money not the game?

Could've been about the money, you get a cash bonus for every playoff game you play in. Not playing in the divisional round equals no cash bonus for that week haha

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Seriously? The dude was crying when the Lions lost to the Cowboys in the playoffs this year. But I guess those tears were about money not the game?

That's all well and good but if given the choice between more money or a better chance to win, I believe he'll take the money. Besides, it's not like Miami is terrible.

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Yes please! Pick up Suh and Haloti!

(Art Jones|Haloti Ngata|Ndamukong Suh)

That's one explosive D-line.

That's also one expensive D-line. Grigson has to be smart here. If he knows ngata will be avsilable, he should wait for him instead of signing suh. But if he thinks the Ravens will bring him back, then Suh is a great option to have as our dominant lineman. Grigs has to know if Suh will fit in the 3-4 scheme too.

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I'd offer a 7 year deal worth 80 mill with 60 mill guaranteed...He would finish his career as a Colt at 35....I would not offer him 100 mill.

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That's all well and good but if given the choice between more money or a better chance to win, I believe he'll take the money. Besides, it's not like Miami is terrible.

So you think he would pass up on the Seahawks, Patriots, and Colts just to go to Oakland and ruin his career?

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So you think he would pass up on the Seahawks, Patriots, and Colts just to go to Oakland and ruin his career?

Players go to bad teams all the time for money

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thats gonna be one expensive price tag

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That's all well and good but if given the choice between more money or a better chance to win, I believe he'll take the money. Besides, it's not like Miami is terrible.

Plus we can watch him chase down Brady twice a year for at least another couple of years. Good consolation prize if the Colts miss out.

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Where is this "all da free agents to Oakland" thing coming from? They don't even have the most cap, and if we cut the guys we should we won't be far behind. Plus they stink of incompetence. If they wants guys they're gonna overspend and they will end up sucking for years.

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