2018 NFL free agents: Ex-Dolphins DT Ndamukong Suh down to three teams

Ndamukong Suh is close to finding a new home. (Allen Eyestone/The Post)

Former Dolphins standout Ndamukong Suh was a late addition to this year’s free agency class and seems to be in no hurry to get his situation solidified.

Suh’s in been in touch with several teams since hitting the market two weeks ago, and NFL Network reported he is down to three choices: the Rams, Saints and Titans.

Any of those would be better for Miami than him landing in the division, particularly with the Patriots. The Jets made a big offer to lure him to New York, but he has not elected to meet with them.

Suh’s meeting with the Rams on Tuesday was apparently such a success that he canceled a scheduled visit with the Raiders the next day.

If he goes to Los Angeles or New Orleans, the Dolphins wouldn’t face him until 2020 at the earliest. Miami and Tennessee, however, play each other fairly regularly. They’ll meet in Miami Gardens this year, making it the fourth straight season they’ve faced off.

Suh, 31, played three years for the Dolphins after signing what was the biggest contract in NFL history for a defensive player at six years, $114 million. He was arguably their best defensive player all three seasons and was voted team MVP last year.

Pro Football Focus ranked him the No. 5 defensive tackle in the NFL after a season in which he had 48 tackles, 4.5 sacks and two forced fumbles. Aaron Donald, who would be his new teammate if he signs with the Rams, was ranked No. 1 last year.

Regardless of where he signs, Suh will cost the Dolphins a salary cap hit of $22.2 million over the next two seasons.

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