With Tom Brady on the other side of the ball, Ndamukong Suh might just have an opportunity to win a Super Bowl ring this year. Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports

The Buccaneers will bring Ndamukong Suh back for another season, as Ian Rapoport of NFL.com tweets. The defensive lineman is set to collect $8 million in 2020 on a deal that will allow him to stick with defensive coordinator Todd Bowles.

Suh came to Tampa last year on a $9.25 million agreement – this is a bit of a haircut for Suh, who has made tons of money throughout his career. The former First-Team All-Pro has started in every game he’s ever played – including all 16 last year – and he’s set to play a featured role on the Bucs’ D-line once again.

Suh is past his prime, but he still garnered outside interest from clubs, including the Cowboys. Earlier today, Dallas picked up Dontari Poe, a deal that may have led him back into the waiting arms of the Bucs.

With Tom Brady on the other side of the ball, Suh might just have an opportunity to win a Super Bowl ring this year. The Bucs’ D closed out ’19 strong, so there’s reason to believe that they can be among the league’s better defenses.

This article first appeared on Pro Football Rumors and was syndicated with permission.

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