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Should the Los Angeles Rams put in a waiver claim for EDGE Terrell Suggs?

Could it be? Well, let’s have a look.

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Completely randomly, the Arizona Cardinals decided to release long-time veteran EDGE rusher Terrell Suggs this afternoon:

Suggs is a highly-accomplished veteran who has a Super Bowl, seven pro bowls, two All-Pro nods, a Defensive Player of the Year award, and a Defensive Rookie of the Year award to his name. The 37-year old signed with the Cardinals this offseason after spending 16 seasons with the Baltimore Ravens.

2019 probably hasn’t gone as Suggs envisioned as he should be on a contending team and contributing, though he’s only managed eight tackles for loss, 14 pressures, and 5.5 sacks. Those numbers aren’t overly-impressive, but still very solid for a rotational edge who is up there in age.

If the Rams have any interest — like any other team — they’ll need to submit a waiver claim to have an opportunity to claim Suggs for the remainder of the year. The Rams currently own the 22nd spot in the waiver order.2019

Here are the cap stipulations to claiming Suggs:

The Rams have a pretty good stable of edge players with the group being made up of Clay Matthews, Dante Fowler Jr., Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, and Samson Ebukam, though an additional pass rusher and veteran never hurts when looking to make a playoff and potential Super Bowl push.