The Philadelphia Eagles have agreed to a one-year deal with former All-Pro and Pro Bowl defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, according to Adam Schefter.
Suh, 35, played for the Tampa Bay Bucs last season, playing all 17 games and recording 27 tackles, 8 tackle for losses, and 6 sacks.
Suh has started 191 out of 191 games in his NFL career, missing only two due to a suspension.
Prior to last season, Suh has had an illustrious NFL career playing for the Lions, Dolphins, and Rams, reaching five Pro Bowls and being named first-team All-Pro three times and second-team twice. Suh is a member of the 2010 NFL All-Decade team.
On Wednesday, the Eagles also signed DT Linval Joseph to a one-year deal. These additions come following the loss of DT Marlon Tuipulotu, who was placed on Injured Reserve. Eagles first-round pick DT Jordan Davis is already on injured reserve, as well.