Free-agent DT Suh doesn't want to partake in training camp prior to signing
Free-agent defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh isn't in a rush to sign with a team prior to training camp.
Suh, 36, maintains that he still wants to continue his playing career but is in no rush to undergo the daily grind of practices before the 2023 regular season.
"I have no desire to be in a training camp," Suh said on Monday's "NFL Total Access," according to NFL.com's Grant Gordon. "I will come in and watch and look and give some advice, but when Week 1 happens, I'll be ready."
A 2010 first-round pick of the Detroit Lions, Suh has enjoyed a successful career that includes three first-team All-Pro selections and five Pro Bowl nods. The Nebraska product suited up for the Philadelphia Eagles in 2022 and has also spent stints with the Miami Dolphins, Los Angeles Rams, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Suh fell short of earning the second Super Bowl ring of his career after signing with the Eagles last November. He recorded 10 tackles and one sack in eight regular-season contests, helping Philadelphia become NFC champions in the postseason.
Ahead of his 14th NFL campaign, Suh boasts plenty of experience and can bolster a team's run defense. The veteran defender could bide his time waiting for an ideal situation to present itself before the opening week of the 2023 season.
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