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There has been a substantial amount of interest in free-agent defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh since the Dolphins made a decision to release him at the beginning of the new league year.

The Los Angeles Rams could have a fearsome dynamic duo at defensive tackle in 2018 after agreeing to terms with Ndamukong Suh.

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Suh, 31, has frequently landed in disciplinary trouble during his eight seasons in the National Football League, which also included a five-year stint with the Detroit Lions. In that scenario, Donald would remain the 3-technique - lining up between the left tackle and the left guard - and Michael Brockers would return to playing defensive end on the opposite side.

Suh played in both Detroit and Miami before being released by the Dolphins. The Los Angeles Rams believe they are in the driver's seat given the locale and Suh's off-field interests.

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The second overall pick in the 2010 draft, Suh has 420 tackles and 51 1/2 sacks in his eight-year career.

According to Albert Breer of The MMQB, New York's proposal to Suh included a deadline that essentially expired late last week. Suh said the Jets had one of the highest offers among several teams interested in his services. The Rams went 11-5 in 2017, winning the NFC West while becoming the first team in the Super Bowl era to go from last to first in scoring from one season to the next. "It feels like it's the Rams deal to lose".

Los Angeles still is working on a contract extension for Donald, who held out through training camp and missed one regular-season game a year ago.

The Jets spent a bulk of their free-agent money on cornerback Trumaine Johnson, signing him to a five-year, $72-million deal with $34 million guaranteed.

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