Should the Bengals make a play for Ndamukong Suh?

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have obviously moved on without Suh, unless their end game is to sign him to a vet minimum deal just before training camp. Suh is a known NFL commodity and despite his advance age as a NFL DL, he is worthy of a one-year deal in the right situation.

Ossai is coming off a major injury incurred during his rookie year. Relatively speaking, he is still an unknown NFL commodity, albeit a talented one. Hill just got paid, Hubbard is solid, and of course, Hendrickson is still a disruptor. Suh could contribute to the Bengals DL rotation, and also act as a veteran insurance policy and depth. His experience alone, coupled with his ability to generate pressure in the middle, merits serious consideration. If the price to obtain his services were say no more than $2 million on a one-year deal, it may be a worthy move in the logjam AFC. Should FO make a call to his agent?

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