This past NFL offseason, defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh signed a 6-year, $114.375 million contract with the Miami Dolphins. A total of roughly $60 million of that amount is guaranteed to reach Suh’s bank account. What he does with that money thereafter is up to him and his financial planners.
Suh’s agent should win sports agent of the year #Dolphins
— Abigail Whitaker (@AbigailWhitake1) October 4, 2015
Suh’s agent is Jimmy Sexton of Creative Artists Agency. He signed with Sexton in March 2014 after firing agent Roosevelt Barnes of Relativity Sports. Sexton is partially to thank for Suh’s surreal deal with the Dolphins.
Why does Abigail (above) think that Suh’s agent should win sports agent of the year? Probably because Suh has barely been noticed as part of a Dolphins defensive line that, going into the season, was supposed to be one of if not the best in the NFL.
Through four games with the Dolphins, Suh has zero sacks. Today, he had one tackle for loss. Chris Ivory of the New York Jets ran all over the Dolphins.
Suh’s signing bonus this season? $25 million.
The Dolphins record thus far this season? 1-3.