NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Saturday that the San Diego Chargers are preparing to make a run at Suh, per sources informed of the team's plans.
San Diego would be an interesting choice for Suh. Defensive coordinator John Pagano currently runs a 3-4 base set. He could view Suh as a movable piece, à la J.J. Watt. Suh is strong enough to hold his own on the inside, yet agile enough to shift outside when needed. Regardless of where he plays along the line the 28-year-old would immediately upgrade a weak run defense.
With the three-day negotiating window currently open, teams will have a chance to gauge Suh's market. We expect him to become the highest paid non-quarterback in NFL history. His price tag could end up in the $18 million per year range, NFL Media's Albert Breer reported, according to clubs involved.
It's a long way from Tuesday and much has yet to come to pass.