The Chicago Bears should strongly consider Ndamukong SuhJosh De Lucaon June 12, 2022 at 12:00 pm

The offseason is well underway and the Chicago Bears have already made many additions to both sides of the ball. By the looks of it, this is almost certainly a rebuilding year. Many young and unproven players fill out this Bears roster.

Every rebuilding team needs guidance. Ndamukong Suh fits this role perfectly. Besides veteran Robert Quinn, the Bears’ current defensive front is very young and inexperienced. Suh can both take meaningful reps and mentor the young players for the Bears.

Suh also has something that nobody on the current Bears defense has and that is a Super Bowl ring. He has the experience and knowledge of what it takes to become a Super Bowl champion.

Young Bears players from both sides of the ball would immediately be able to pick up bits and pieces from both Suh’s game and work ethic.

Another huge selling point of Suh is his durability. Since he was drafted with the second overall pick in 2010, Suh has missed 2 out of 193 possible starts in his career. To be 35 years old and to have never sustained a major injury shows how dedicated he is to keeping his body in shape.

The Chicago Bears should strongly consider Ndamukong Suh right now.

Suh is very durable and he can be of service to the younger guys but that isn’t all he can do right now. His play on the field speaks for itself.

Over his 12-year career, Suh has been selected to 5 pro bowls, 3 first-team all-pro teams, and has a ring as mentioned before. Suh has been one of the most versatile defensive tackles in the NFL for the last decade.

Suh has over 70 sacks in his career, most coming from the interior of the defensive line. The pure number of sacks already puts Suh in an elite pass-rushing category. To also have done that from the interior makes it even more impressive. Even at 35 years old, Suh will be able to make an immediate impact.

With the Bears sitting on some cap space, looking into acquiring a guy like Ndamukong Suh should be a no-brainer. With everything that he brings to a team, this looks to be a no-lose signing.

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