Bucs Sign DE Akiem Hicks

May 31st, 2022

UPDATED: 2:15 p.m. – In what is pretty much the door closing on Ndamukong Suh, and Jason Pierre-Paul, too, the Bucs signed a defensive end today.

That man is former Pro Bowler Akiem Hicks, who spent the past six years in Chicago.

Joe is pretty sure now that JPP is gone. The fact rookie DL Logan Hall wears JPP’s No. 90 is a dead giveaway.

And even if the Bucs wanted to bring back Suh, they likely cannot afford to. Per NFL Network, Hicks has a one-year contract that will pay him up to $10 million.

Hicks, 32, was limited to nine games after multiple short-term injuries last season. He had 3 1/2 sacks, which followed the same sack total in 2020 when he played in 16 games. At 6-4, 335 pounds, Hicks and Vita Vea will make quite an inside duo.

111 Responses to “Bucs Sign DE Akiem Hicks”

  1. BUCSFAN Says:

    how does this affect gronks signing i wonder

  2. SlyPirate Says:

    Good signing. That’s the depth the team needs.

    Sign Gronk and the title run can begin.

  3. TBChucky Says:

    Love it! He just needs to stay healthy.

  4. Dewey Selmon Says:

    Never cared for Suh until he wore pewter and red. turned into one of my favorite players. Thank you #93

  5. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    There we go…….now the debate begins between Suh & Hicks……..looks like even money…..Hicks 3 years younger……have to trust Licht/Bowles on this one.

  6. Dick LeBeau Jr. Says:

    So the possibility is that maybe Suh still wanted to start but they want Logan to start and therein lies the problem. Now signing Hicks allows him to come off the bench and the young guy gets the nod. Let the young men play and let these older guys get out the way.

  7. PassingThru Says:

    TOLD YA SO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  8. Buc1987 Says:

    Bye Suh.

  9. PassingThru Says:

    I realize many folks here loved Suh, he worked his posterior off every season, for every franchise. I respect that sentiment, it’s part of being a fan.

    Hicks is the more disruptive player, as long as he can remain upright. By rotating his snaps with Logan Hall, Akiem Hicks will increase the likelihood that he’ll be around for the postseason. This is a strong move by Licht.

  10. SB~LV Says:

    Had to move on …

  11. firethecannons Says:

    Joe please an evaluation of this trade. I do not know this player well and honestly need opinions, first take is I’m gonna miss Suh and his reliability among other excellent traits he had. Please do a breakdown.

  12. zzbucs Says:

    Welcome Big fella……
    Sad to say bye to Suh….very sad indeed.

  13. OBVIOUS Says:

    Due to health concerns, Suh was the better choice. Just how much money was Suh asking for?

  14. Joe Says:

    Joe please an evaluation of this trade.

    There was no trade. Hicks is a free agent signing.

  15. ocala Says:

    Suh played very well against the Rams in the playoffs, but was really hurting the Bucs run defense this past year. The Bucs got a solid upgrade in Hicks.

  16. PassingThru Says:

    Best guess: Donovan Smith is going to be restructured.

    Money is tight. I still hope for a cheap, ring-chasing vet at OLB as I project JTS to be wet behind the ears this season. He needs to process the game, develop moves beyond a speed rush, and fight for leverage with his hands. It’s a tall order, so I hope that Licht can find a way to hedge the bet.

    A vet CB would be nice, too, just in case. The only guys left are older, cheap vets; there isn’t much talent on the open market.

  17. Maniac Buc Says:

    Great. Now people can stop clamoring for Suh and JPP. The great teams, like the Patriots, know when to move on from players. That was our mistake. The key to signings like this is not to get better, but to maintain while getting younger.

  18. Bird Says:

    Whoa. Thats big bucks for one year. More then suh got paid past year. A
    Bit of a headscratcher on that deal but we needed help

    Im guessing its much less but can earn that number if he meets escalators?

  19. Lt. Dan Says:

    Lt. Dan called it a few weeks ago under his pseudonym JayMiss Pick 6 Again.

  20. Chris Tucker@Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa Says:

    I like this Move!
    Hicks, when healthy is much more disruptive, and can rush the passer better than Suh.

  21. D-Rome Says:

    This is an excellent signing.

  22. Mike Says:

    Bucs are loading up to get to the passer! I love it!

  23. SPARKY Says:

    Hicks is another All Pro Belichek let go. Another ex Patriot coming to join Brady.

  24. Bird Says:

    My big concern is the guy has missed 20 games the last 3 years.

    Thats a lot.

    Wonder what base salary really is? Vs incentives? Cause up to 10 mil is a lot.

    I like the player …but concerned if he can stay healthy

    Give him the joey galloway treatment. No practice. 😂

  25. Scotty in Fat Antonio Says:

    Not sure you sign Hicks to ride…come off the bench for $10M. Hopefully it is an incentive-laced contract.

  26. Biff Barker Says:

    Not as durable as Suh. Not as productive as Suh. Doubt he can stay healthy.

    We had to do something though not sure about giving him up to $10M.

  27. GOB Says:

    Finally!!! GOB has been clamoring for this dude. Still think he has more in the tank. I’m sure the contract has heavy incentives. Win win. For all you Suh lovers, you will quickly fall in love with Hicks. He can still push the pocket and when healthy is incredibly disruptive. Like Passing said, it all comes down to health.

  28. GOB Says:

    He’ll definitely be in a rotation, that will help.

  29. geno711 Says:

    Great pick-up Mr. Licht. GM with some real ability to get things done when we have a championship window. Kudo’s to him.

  30. Buczilla Says:

    Solid move. Suh was one of my favorite Bucs even though he didn’t play with us for a long time. Bittersweet for me since I’m glad that we got Hcks, but sad that we are losing Suh.

  31. Dooley Says:

    MEH, 2018 was some time ago, but I guess we’ll see what we’re getting from Hicks because he hasn’t played next to a Vita Vea the past 3/4 seasons. Not as thrilled about this as others, but I’m guessing time will tell how Hicks fits into the rotation. Just sucks to sign a guy and mutter in the same breath “hope he stays healthy” but thats just me

  32. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    It’s a 1-year $2 mil contract….with another $8mil bonus if he plays in the SB & we win……
    Way to go Jason!!!

  33. BuddhaBuc Says:

    Hicks gets on the TB12 method and plays strong all season and wins a ring.

  34. GOB Says:

    TBBF that’s a hell of a lot less than Suh was asking. Now go get Sheldon Richardson for roughly the same deal. Anyone else smell that? It’s the odor of Superbowl

  35. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    Desperate times call for desperate measures.

  36. Posey99 Says:


  37. Posey99 Says:

    “It’s a 1-year $2 mil contract….with another $8mil bonus if he plays in the SB & we win……”

    Lol that’s awesome

  38. PassingThru Says:

    As I said earlier, Hicks would sign for less than Suh, who I figured was worth $3 million to $4.5 million, tops. This is an excellent signing in terms of value.

    Let’s hope Licht can sign Trey Flowers (if he passes the physical) on a super-cheap, incentive-based contract. He carries a high injury risk, but he’s outstanding when he can suit up.

  39. SPARKY Says:

    2 million? Still enough left for Suh?

  40. SPARKY Says:

    Sounds like Hicks is betting on Brady and the boys.

  41. Bird Says:

    Where do you see contract details? Breakdown?

  42. Jeff Says:

    He’s an upgrade if he’s actually healthy. I’m not so sure that’s the case here.

  43. GOB Says:

    Passing, I couldn’t agree more about flowers. Sign him to a prove it deal immediately!!

  44. CleanHouse Says:

    This is an utter disgrace- pay what Suh was asking for an injured guy with half the production. These Clowns are sending this franchise back to the gutter. Buckle your seatbelts for the next lost decade.

  45. GOB Says:

    Remember Bucs fans, you still have pre and post June 1 cuts, and the trade market. The addition of Hicks is just the beginning in my opinion. Who wouldn’t want to play with the goat, in perhaps his final season

  46. Tampabaybucfan Says:


    I was simply kidding….I have no idea what the deal was….

  47. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    Since he’s familiar with the system – Why not Carl Nassib?
    He could be a solid rotation piece. Eddie Goldman’s another one

  48. Goatfarmer Says:

    TBBF thanks for the contract detail. I was about to squawk about $10 large being too much. Not with the conditions you reported.

    Still – cmon Suh, agree to something the Bucs can afford, and sign the Gronkster and we be formidable on paper.

  49. Goatfarmer Says:

    Oh – TBBF. – you got me. Haha funny.


  50. SteveK Says:


    Agree with your take, and I’m excited for the second wave of free agency, and to see the sassy veterans come on down to Tompa Bay for a year to come get that ring. LFG!

  51. SteveK Says:

    Savvy veteran*

  52. Marine Buc Says:

    Great. Solid vet signing and now we can move on… Suh still played solid last season but between JPP and Suh I saw way too much loafing and plays off.

    Akiem Hicks is very solid – when he is healthy – and he should fit nicely within the rotation.

  53. Bird Says:

    Hicks is a bad man. Thats when he is healthy though

    Give Galloway treatment

    Want to see those incentives and breakdown

  54. Biff Barker Says:

    TBBF, thanks for the details.

    Given that, I sure feel better about passing on Suh but recognzing the void.

  55. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    We needed an experienced, qualified player added to our front……with the drafting of Hall, this should get the job done.

  56. Mr. Editor Says:

    Can’t wait to hear Ira’s reaction to this signing, even if he is a bad poker player!

  57. Bucsfanman Says:

    This is a good signing although Suh was very productive for us…and healthy-ish.

  58. Defense Rules Says:

    I’ll root for him like I do every Buc, but we’re playing with fire if we think that Hicks can replace Suh. Replace McLendon? Definitely. Replace Suh? Just can’t see it.

    Suh gave us 49 games over the 2019-2021 stretch … 100% availability … PLUS he was a major factor in all 6 of our playoff games. Regular season: 14.5 sacks, 30 QB Knockdowns, 26 QB Hurries, 6 PD, 23 TFL, 64 solo tackles plus 48 assists. Playoffs: 2 sacks, 8 QB Hits, 1 TFL, 8 solo tackles plus 10 assists. And in that 3-year stretch gave us 2,377 def snaps … 74.5% of our total in that span.

    Hicks gave the Bears 29 games over that 2019-2021 stretch … 59.2% availability … PLUS played in the Bears’ 1 playoff game. Regular season: 8 sacks, 25 QB Knockdowns, 15 QB Hurries, 1 PD, 13 TFL, 59 solo tackles plus 25 assists. Playoffs: 0 sacks, 2 QB Hits, 0 TFL, 3 solo tackles plus 3 assists. And in that 3-year stretch gave the Bears 1,291 def snaps … 42.4% of the Bears’ total defensive plays in that span.

    Spin it any way you like, Suh was the more productive player in these last 3 years. And in the process, he helped raise the level of performance of our entire defense. And especially the run defense: #1 in 2019; #1 in 2020; #3 in 2021. We just got rid of the wrong player IMO, and I really hope it doesn’t come back to bite us in the ass.

  59. PSL Bob Says:

    Hmmm. This concerns me about Gronk’s return. I was certain Gronk would be back, but a $10M hit in the Buc’s salary CAP has me worried. Is there enough left for Gronk and all the rookie signings?

  60. Rod Munch Says:

    “pay him up to $10 million.”

    I’m going to guess that means close to min veteran with per game bonuses and stat bonuses that would count against next years cap. If I’m right, then it doesn’t rule out resigning anyone else since this is just a min contract.

    Personally, for the money, I’d rather have Suh back, but I guess they just couldn’t get a deal done.

    As for JPP, I agree that it’s really unlikely that he’s back, but this signing shouldn’t have any impact on him.

    At the same time, I do wonder about last offseason when everyone was brought back, and all the chatter with the ‘experts’ was that you needed some turnover, you actually wanted some fresh blood to keep your guys hungry. I’m not sure Suh and JPP are the two guys I’d target to replace if that’s an issue, however.

  61. SufferingSince76 Says:

    Put Hicks on the TB12 method asap!

  62. SufferingSince76 Says:

    Still wishing they could have signed Suh, though.

  63. Marine Buc Says:

    @ DR

    I don’t disagree with you. Suh has been solid and never missed a game.

    BUT – we really don’t know the details regarding Suh’s situation. This signing might be a sign that Suh is retiring. Or it could be a sign that Suh is going to sign elsewhere (like Las Vegas)…

    I would rather have Suh back – BUT – Akiem Hicks is a very nice consolation prize especially this late in free agency.

  64. Rod Munch Says:

    Defense Rules – I’m with you, I don’t like this if it’s being spun as Hicks is an ‘upgrade’ or replacement for Suh… BUT PFF says it’s an upgrade! Go f yourself PFF…

    Anywho, I wouldn’t count anything out. All we know is he has a contract “up to” $10m, and as I posted above, I’m going to guess, with his injury history, it’s a base contract (or close to it) with per-game bonuses. If my guess is correct, it means Hicks, and the way the vet min contract works, Hicks would cost as much against this years cap as a UDFA.

    So I wouldn’t completely rule out anything. Who knows, maybe part of the sales pitch to Suh, is — hey, we got another vet in here so you won’t even have to play as many minutes, and we can give you series off.

    To be clear, I don’t think that is going to happen, but that’s the positive spin.

  65. #8 Says:

    Suh was #1. Hicks was #2–I’ll take it.

    Hicks knows Brady from prior to Chicago days, so hopefully he gets his act together–had some character issues in Chicago. Winning likely cures that.

    D vet.

  66. Marine Buc Says:

    @ PSL

    Like Rod just mentioned… Up to $10M does not always equal $10M.

    He probably signed a $2-$3M deal with incentives (paid next season) that will escalate the deal up to $10M…

  67. BucsFanSince1976 Says:

    Hey Marine-If you are going to call out a HOFer like Suh for loafing you better give specific examples in specific games , because you are the only one anywhere accusing Suh of loafing. So which plays in which games GENIUS????

  68. Buc4evr Says:

    If Hicks can stay healthy that’s fine, but I question his durability. Time will tell if he is an upgrade from Suh. Based on the numbers Suh is a better player, but who knows what kind of money Suh is demanding. We still need to sign Gronk and Julio.

  69. Cobraboy Says:

    If a dealio with Suh was not doable, Hicks is a credible fall-back.

    A Vea/Gholston/Hall/Nacho/Hicks rotation is still a solid piece.

    Did Suh price himself pout t Tampa, or did the Bucs judge they needed younger at the position.

    Suh will forever be one of my favorite Buccaneers. I liked his grit and smarts. I think the team will miss that, but I know little about Hicks beyond what I see on film. I do know he’s injury prone.

  70. Biff Barker Says:

    Rod, gotta remember last years front 7 really fell off. We all know the issues. We thought their floor was going to be the same guys chasing Mahomes around.

    Not so.

    Hall looks good and Hicks may work out. Not the same and maybe not as good. I dont think we are done.

  71. Whit Says:

    20 missed games in 3 seasons. This should be good smh

  72. Cobraboy Says:

    @DR: Suh is an excellent player, no doubt, very productive with numbers to match. He also had the luxury of playing alongside some other excellent players.

    It’s all about synergy. How will Hicks fit into the rotation?

  73. Ash Says:

    I like hicks better than suh I’m happy with this signing him next to vea can’t wait.

  74. PassingThru Says:

    Hicks is a risk, so you offset that risk by rotating him with Logan Hall, who needs the snaps to develop. It’s a win-win situation. Hall gets developed, and the likelihood of Hicks being available for the postseason increases.

    As I’ve opined in the past, Suh was a degradation-of-performance risk and his asking price was likely beyond what the Bucs could afford ($8 million to $9 million is a reasonable guess).

  75. BucsFanSince1976 Says:

    Hicks has had two pedal injuries in the last two seasons. Pedal injuries do not heal well into your thirties as an interior Dlineman. Suh will be missed on the field and in the locker room , but most of all for his availability which was always.

  76. sasquatch Says:

    JPP was gone. This move has no bearing on that, whatsoever. Again, edge player vs. interior player.

  77. Robert Says:

    It’s a 1-year $2 mil contract….with another $8mil bonus if he plays in the SB & we win……

    thx tbbf

    that makes more sense. still have $$ for Gronk

  78. Biff Barker Says:

    Suh is one of the FA guys who brought the SB here.

    Gronk, Lenny, Suh, JPP, Jennings, Tommy. AB too.

    It’s not bragging if you have the trophy. Thanks Suh and other FA guys.

  79. Marine Buc Says:

    @ Bucsfansincewhenever

    Go back and watch the film before you type such ridiculousness…

  80. Casual Observer Says:

    Licht has access to all the data cited on this thread – plus more. I sometimes doubt that he is less informed than some posters as is often implied. His track record in the past couple of years has been excellent. I trust him in this decision.

  81. Rod Munch Says:

    Biff Barker – We will see on Hall, but a ton of coaches get fired when they count on rookie defensive lineman, they rarely are any good in their rookie seasons. Also Hall was playing against guys he dominated physically in college, it’s not like he was playing the SEC, there’s going to be an adjustment period.

    Of course, if I’m wrong, then fantastic! But the Bucs had better be realistic about what to expect, and they shouldn’t expect much.

  82. BUCCOBRUCE Says:

    I live in Chicago but a Bucs fan. This Chump will probably see 4 games this season the rest will be hampered with injuries first stupid singing in 3 years. Sue was a better option but depends what he asked for

  83. Allbuccedup Says:

    Licht surprises me sometimes great move LFG!

  84. Lou in srq Says:

    We need to get his 330+# body down here asap to live in the swfl heat. It’s easier to play cold weather football than 120* field temperature ball. And half our games are home games.
    Welcome to much safer Tampa Bay. At least he can concentrate upon dodging players instead of Chicago’s flying bullets

  85. Duane Says:

    Hicks can be disruptive. Says a lot that they spend the money on him and not Suh and JPP. If DSmith has room for a restructure, there is about 8-10 million there for Gronk. This is a good pickup, and especially if you are looking to move younger players into the mix.

  86. bucfan34 Says:

    My guess is Hicks plays 4 to 5 games and is shelved with an injury or three. Suh takes immaculate care of his body & has NEVER missed a game (including HS & college). I don’t care for this move much but hope I’m wrong. Unfortunate 93 wouldn’t sign with a major discount.

  87. Capt.Tim Says:

    A very good move.
    But Man, Im gonna miss Jpp and Suh

  88. BucsFanSince1976 Says:


    You are the one accusing a Hall of Famer of being lazy so support your argument-you are a lazy pathetic example of what is wrong with our country-always shooting off at the mouth , but with no facts or evidence to back up your nonsensical assertions. Blue Plate special starts in 10 – you better get moving.

  89. MadMax Says:

    YES YES YES!!!!!! I was calling for this 3 or so weeks ago, along with a few others…..OH YEAH! Great move Mr. Licht!

  90. Steven007 Says:

    Well, we only have one 1:00 home game this year so maybe that helps. Speaking to the heat issue. Every little bit helps. But yes, if he gets his body right he could definitely be an effective lineman. Certainly that’s the hope.

  91. Tampabaybucfan Says:


    I stated above that I was kidding about that deal….have no idea what it is….

  92. Goatfarmer Says:


  93. David Says:

    Great signing! More than I expected them to pay but we all knew they needed another DT. As far as those who prefer Suh, there are reasons for that but he was not the same player last year. He was worse against the run as the year went on and his pass rush became almost nonexistent other than two games.

    This tells me they felt SUH lost it or maybe he did not want to be in as much of a rotation because I think the rookie will be rotating in a lot.

    The only thing left is to get Gronk in

  94. Goatfarmer Says:


    When Suh come back…..


  95. Marine Buc Says:

    @ Buttfansince1776

    Shhhhhh. Go away. Everyone knows you are a troll POS…

  96. SOEbuc Says:

    I trust Licht’s deals and Bowles knows who is going to fit in. Great pro bowl vet pick for the rotation. Especially if it is true we’re paying him $2M plus benefits.

  97. GOB Says:

    Hicks had 5 sacks in 8 games last year. He had an ankle and a touch of the Wuhan flu last year too. The ankle shouldn’t be a problem. As long as Hicks doesn’t have long covid, he’ll be more productive than Suh. My prediction is that Suh retires. He doesn’t strike me as the kind of dude that would play for less than 5-8 million guaranteed. We’re talking about the same guy who said the only reason he went to Miami, was the money. I’m not saying I wouldn’t have done the same, but you don’t say it publicly. Any team that pays him that kind of cash, gets what they deserve. Yes, he plays almost every game, but what are you really getting every game. He no longer commands a double team. In fact he was hardly doubled at all last year.

  98. AlabamaBucsFan Says:

    Didn’t think there was a better option out there than Suh….but after researching Hicks, he may be more disruptive. Definitely can fill in if Vita was to get injured again. Great pickup.

  99. Alan Says:

    let’s not forget that Suh has more Unsportsmanlike 15 yard penalties then any other defensive lineman in the history of football
    Bye Bye!

  100. Wade Landry Says:

    I wonder,how much tape do you guys really watch,what is the quality ( iso-shots ) or are you just saying self aggrandizing spit…. Suh has been steady and dependable…huge talent,solid production….Hicks I have seen wreck our stellar offensive line…great talent,questionable dependability…..if it saved us $$ so we can add depth…good.Saying good-bye is always difficult…. Thank you Mr. Suh…Thank you Mr. JPP…welcome Mr. Hicks…and G-D bless each and everyone….LFG BUCS!!!

  101. firethecannons Says:

    Ok Joe! yes correct it was FA not a trade–end of my night shift saw this article–kinda not sure this is an upgrade over reliable Suh who played on fire vs Rams. Please break it down for us soon, strengths weaknesses. Hope it helps!

  102. Defense Rules Says:

    Everyone keeps talking about the money we saved by signing Hicks (apparently $2 mil + incentives), but no one has definitive figures for what Suh was looking for to play this year. Keep in mind that Suh will make $6.8 mil from the Bucs this year for starters (the cost of ‘kicking the can’ last season). We could’ve probably done a deal with him for close to that amount, and ‘kicked the can’ to 2023, just like we did last year. But noooo …

    Folks also forget the JPP made $12.5 mil last year. Suh made $9 mil last year, and McLendon made $1.2 mil. So the 3 together made $22.7 mil last year, and were effectively replaced by a rookie (Hall) making $1.7 mil and now by Hicks (making $2 mil). That’s a ‘savings’ of $19 mil … that for all practical purposes went to pay for the new contracts for Vea & Davis. And in the process we MIGHT have given up a lot of DLine productivity that we’ll need to make another Super Bowl run. LOTS of risk involved in this path. Only time will tell though how it turns out. Here’s hoping for the best …

  103. Infomeplease Says:

    Hicks alongside Vea should produce results! Plus Hicks can teach Logan a thing or two! Their rush style are more similar imo.

  104. Defense Rules Says:

    GOB … ‘Hicks had 5 sacks in 8 games last year.’

    Actually Hicks had 3.5 sacks in 9 games last year GOB according to Pro Football Reference. And painting Suh as a mercenary who only plays for the money is kinda low. He left Detroit for Miami because the Lions didn’t want to pay even close to what his talent commanded at that point in his career (he gave them 5 years; made the Pro Bowl 4 of those 5 years & was voted 1st Team All-Pro in 3 of those years … THAT’S why Miami made him the highest paid DLineman up to that time). I would’ve jumped at that offer too, and I’ll bet you would’ve too. Personally I think he’s got a very good chance of making it into the HOF one day … and it could’ve been as a Buccaneer.

  105. Mike Johnson Says:

    One can argue Suh stayed pretty healthy. Hicks is a good pass rusher. Jut
    pray we can keep him healthy. If he stays healthy, we have more than Suhs replacement.

  106. steele Says:

    I’ve been one of the many in here calling for Hicks for months. Good job, Licht!

    Now sign one more—Carlos Dunlap or Justin Houston. Then sign Eddie Goldman, Larry Ogunjobi if they check out medically, or Sheldon Richardson. Last resort, get Suh back, but only if he’s healthy.

    If they do all of that, or make some trades with any unwanted guy, then it will begin to look positive. Until then, it’s still dicey.

  107. DoooshLaRue Says:

    How does Logan feel about comic books?
    That’s the sign of a true kimono warrior.

  108. Eddie Marz Says:

    Not feeling Gronk is coming back 😥. He doesn’t seem motivated to play. It’s impossible trying to keep up with Brady, maybe Hronk’s just had enough of the physicality. Wish him well if he doesn’t come back. GOBUCS!

  109. Eric b Says:


  110. adam from ny Says:


    suh brought this unwavering toughness that CAN NOT be replaced ever…

    he’s a behemoth, a savage, a force that can not be reckoned with on the field of play…it’s like he can not be hurt…he’s a freakin’ gladiator…

    we need kong suh back in the fold

  111. adam from ny Says:

    akiem hicks will def not replace the sideline to sideline speed that suh has lost…

    the way to replace that is get another sideline to sideline speedster linebacker in here, as opposed to britt and minter