The Philadelphia Eagles agreed to terms with free agent and three-time All-Pro defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh on a one-year deal, ESPN and NFL Network reported Thursday.
The report comes one day after the Eagles signed veteran defensive lineman Linval Joseph.
Suh, 35, played the last three seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and became a free agent in March.
He started all 17 games in 2021 and contributed 27 tackles, 13 quarterback hits, six sacks and one fumble recovery.
A five-time Pro Bowl selection, Suh has 70.5 sacks and nine fumble recoveries (three for touchdowns) in 191 games (all starts) with the Detroit Lions (2010-14), Miami Dolphins (2015-17), Los Angeles Rams (2018) and Bucs.
The Eagles signed Joseph in response to defensive tackle Marlon Tuipulotu being placed on injured reserve with an undisclosed injury. The Eagles also signed Joseph to a one-year contract in hopes of bolstering their run defense.
–Field Level Media