Tampa Bay's big addition on the interior comes just one day after the club parted ways with its longtime leader, six-time Pro Bowler Gerald McCoy.
Selected No. 2 overall by the Detroit Lions in 2010 - one spot ahead of where McCoy landed with the Bucs - Suh has put together a phenomenal pro career. He's started 142 games over nine seasons, recording 56 sacks while earning three first-team All-Pro nods.
The 32-year-old now joins the Buccaneers after a one-year stint in Los Angeles, where his presence alongside Aaron Donald helped the Rams get to their first Super Bowl since 2001.