Suh is on the verge of becoming a free agent March 10 if he cannot work out a deal with the
"Lets put all the questions and speculations to rest. I will be back in Detroit for my 10th season this year," Tulloch wrote. "I appreciate the Lions organization for believing in me and having the confidence that I'll be back to the player that I've always been. Trust and know I grind hard everyday and will hit the field running when its time to suit up."
Tulloch spent five years with the Titans prior to joining the Lions in 2011. He played in only three games last year after tearing his ACL while celebrating a sack of Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Suh will be the most sought-after free agent once the period begins. The report also states the Dolphins are currently in the lead, with the
Teams can begin negotiating with agents during a legal tampering period that begins Saturday.
In 2014, Suh recorded 53 total tackles and 8 1/2 sacks.
When Suh hits the market, the
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