Suh: ‘I wanted to prove myself’ with one-year deal

After a five-year rookie contract in Detroit and a six-year mega deal in Miami, Ndamukong Suh will shift gears with his next contract, signing just a one-year pact with the Los Angeles Rams on Friday.

The deal isn’t necessarily a cheap one, coming in at $14 million. But it is one that the three-time All-Pro defensive tackle said fuels his fire to show he’s worthy of signing lucrative, long-term contracts once again in the future.

“For me, how I look at it is I wanted to prove myself,” Suh said at his Rams introductory news conference Friday. “And I think they want me to come in here and prove myself that I’m worthy of being here and staying here for the long stay. I think the overall goal is to focus on this particular year, which is the most important thing in front of us. And like you said, they had a very successful year last year in the regular season and I believe I can be of help to get them over some of the humps.”

Both general manager Les Snead and Suh said different contracts were discussed,

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