Report: Ndamukong Suh set to sign $114 million deal with Dolphins

Ndamukong Suh reportedly is poised to become one of the highest-paid players in the league.

Andrew Weber

The Detriot Lions and defensive star Ndamukong Suh reportedly are parting ways.

The Miami Dolphins are poised to sign the controversial defensive tackle to a $114 million contract — with $60 million guaranteed — on Tuesday once the free-agency period begins, according to an ESPN report.

The report notes that the deal would make Suh one of the highest-paid players in the league.

The Lions declined to franchise-tag Suh last week, a move under which he would have made $26.7 million next year.

Suh made the Pro Bowl four of his first five seasons in the NFL. But his on-field antics — such as stomping on opponents and various illegal hits on quarterbacks — have led to multiple fines and suspensions.