Ndamukong Suh has made a name for himself on the biggest stage. The experienced campaigner started his NFL career way back in 2010 with the Detroit Lions. From 2015 to 2017, he featured for the Miami Dolphins, then spent a year with the Rams, and then he was roped in by the Bucs back in 2019.
Ndamukong spent the last three seasons with the Buccaneers and is now a free agent. However, he has made it very clear that he wants to return to the Bucs, especially after Bowles was named the team’s head coach.
“Congrats Todd Bowles”: Ndamukong Suh wants to play under the new HC at Tampa Bay
The offseason is filled with drama and the Bucs are surely emerging as one of the sides that is always ready to provide spicy content to the fans. First, Tom Brady retired, then after 40 odd days, he decided to make a comeback and after a few days, HC Bruce Arians announced his retirement.
A lot of people were shocked by Arians’ decision with many pointing out that Tom Brady actually forced the talented coach out. However, Arians recently stated that he has decided to call it quits when the team looks settled as he wants Bowles to have a fair shot at the title.
As soon as Bowles was confirmed as the new head coach, Suh made his intentions were clear that he wants to play under him. He took to Twitter to congratulate Bowles and then stated that the Bucs have a good team but they sure need one more talented man.
“Congrats to Todd Bowles on becoming head coach of a great team that still feels one man light on talent,” Suh wrote hinting that he is eager to join the Buccaneers once again. Indeed, after Brady’s comeback, the team looks impressive. It would be interesting to see if Suh gets a chance to play under the new coach.