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L-Beasley (Lauren Beasley), Creator and Editor of and Sports Editor of Radio One Detroit breaks down her thoughts on Ndamukong Suh’s decision to leave Detroit Lions and sign with Miami Dolphins. Along with her opinion and breakdown on why the Lions are not to blame for Suh’s departure.

See L-Beasley’s break down below:

After Chris Mortensen of ESPN reported that defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh will be signing with the Miami Dolphins after the new league year begins Tuesday for a deal that will pay him about $114 million over the next six seasons and $60 million guaranteed. I think it’s safe to say that just about every Detroit Lions’ fan was heartbroken that Suh would no longer be in a Lions’ jersey.

While I can admit that I am also sad to see Suh go, I can also admit that I am not upset at the Lions for letting him go. Unlike some fans, I support the Lions decision to not tag Suh a couple of weeks ago, just like I support their latest decision to not get into a bidding war for Suh in free agency.

Now I know what your thinking. How could I possibly support the fact that the Lions didn’t franchise or get into a bidding war for Suh?

Well to be honest, the reason I support the Lions decisions regarding Suh, is because … Continue Reading on, by clicking here.

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