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Heath Evans: Suh contract a 'bank robbery'

The Miami Dolphins and Ndamukong Suh are mere hours from finalizing a $114 million deal that includes $60 million fully guaranteed, according to ProFootballTalk.com (amazing details of a deal leaking although officially the Dolphins have no offer on table).

Anyway, the Miami braintrust, led by owner Stephen Ross, ostensibly loves this Suh deal.

NFL Network analyst Heath Evans, a former Dolphins fullback, hates this Suh deal by the Dolphins.

On NFL Network's free agency lead-in show Evans unloaded on the Dolphins:

"We're going to look back here in history and say this is dumb," Evans said, making the point the Dolphins would have been better off signing multiple good players instead of one great player.

Then Evans went to town on the idea Suh is a great player.

"Ndamukong Suh, look at his production last year when the Lions played the Patriots," Evans said. "He was basically a non-factor."

Suh had four tackles against the Patriots last season in a game New England beat Detroit, 34-9.

"The dominant players that are dominant every week they're double teamed just like him. They never have bad days. This guy had plenty of bad days."

Evans went so far as to call Suh's contract with the Dolphins "a bank robbery."

"Suh robbed the bank," he said, "and Joe Philbin is going to get framed for this bank robbery. The trickle down effect of this will be devastating to this franchise, mark my words."

Heath Evans hates the Dolphins.