However, that's largely a result of parting ways with Sheldon Richardson and Muhammad Wilkerson over the past two offseasons, and given that locker-room issues played a major role in their departures, it struck some observers as odd that the Jets would want to add Suh, who has been viewed as a divisive presence. A one-two punch of Suh, a three-time All-Pro, and Aaron Donald, the reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year, surely would wreak havoc on opposing offensive lines.
Maccagnan said it was a one-year contract offer, and that the Jets set a deadline for Suh to make a decision on the offer. He has visited several teams, including the Jets, Tennessee Titans, New Orleans Saints and Los Angeles Rams. He said he met with general manager Mike Maccagnan and that "our thinking just changed a bit". "That's where I have to leave it". Johnson himself described Suh as "one of the best football players out there", but he evidently didn't want him on his team.
The Jets still have more than $30 million in cap room. The Raiders also showed interest, but Suh canceled a visit with them earlier this week.
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"Saying I stepped in is somewhat overstating the case", Johnson said. "This is about building something great long-term". NFL.com later said the Jets made the "biggest offer," adding, "Suh would have to take less to go to the other teams ... which he may do".
"It's nearly a shame to call it Plan B because it's shaping up as something pretty magnificent", he said. "It doesn't hurt at all that we have an bad lot of money that we might have been sending out the door to one player now back with us".