The biggest adrenaline rush Cowboys’ fans likely received on the first day of free agency Wednesday was when an ESPN reported tweeted out that Dallas and Seattle are interested in defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh.
However, that’s not the case. A club source said the Cowboys aren’t interested in Suh at the price he’ll command as a free agent now that he’s been officially released by the Dolphins.
Suh signed a six-year, $114.4 million deal with the Dolphins in 2015 but never lived up to expectations. He made just one Pro Bowl the last three seasons and hasn’t topped more than six sacks in a season.
Suh, 31, had been set to make a base salary of $16.985 million in 2018 with a massive salary cap hit of $26.1 million.
He won’t be in the Cowboys’ price range, with Dallas limited on a cap space and not willing to spend big in free agency.