Ndamukong Suh is hoping that he can get more than NO.1 overall pick Sam Bradford, but the market is set and Suh can only follow it.
There had been widespread speculation that Suh was aiming to be paid more than Bradford. Even if the defensive tackle, selected second overall, started out asking for more money than No. 1 pick Sam Bradford received �C and we don’t know if that is the case �C he’s going to settle for less.
Eugene Parker, who along with his partner Roosevelt Barnes at Maximum Sports Management, represents Suh told Chris Mortensen of ESPN that the market is set and the Suh deal will come in for less than what Bradford received.
So anyway, Ndamukong Suh’s contract with Detroit Lions will be concluded soon and he is still much likely to get more than Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford, the No.1 pick in 2009.
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