Five Miami Dolphins Hall of Famer candidates
By Brian Miller
When it’s all said and done for the career of Ndamukong Suh his Hall of Fame credentials won’t stack against others statistically but when you view his career, you can’t pass on the sheer power and disruption that Suh has caused.
Suh should be a first ballot Hall of Famer. He has five Pro-Bowls in seven seasons. Four First team All-Pro selections, 2010 NFL AP Defensive Player of the Year, as a rookie. As a defensive tackle he has 47 sacks and 260 tackles but for all his ability Suh may not enter the Hall of Fame as a Miami Dolphin. Not primarily.
Suh spent his first five seasons in the NFL with the Detroit Lions and is entering his 3rd season with Miami. His contract is not conducive to release just yet. His current contract does not become team friendly until the 2020 season which would put Suh in a Miami uniform for five seasons and Miami may very well renegotiate his deal to keep him longer. So in the end, Suh should very well go into the Hall of Fame as a member of the Miami Dolphins.