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NFL.com Details Best Pass Rushers Ahead of 2018 Season:
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With two of the league's top-tier pass rushers unveiled in Monday's episode of the NFL Network's "Top 100 Players of 2018," analyst and former NFL outside linebacker Willie McGinest listed his own rankings of the top 10 pass rushers heading into the 2018 season.
Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald enters the offseason as the second-highest rated pass rusher on McGinest's list.
Rank 2: Aaron Donald, DT, Rams
"Most elite pass rushers come off the edge, making Donald all the more impressive as a defensive tackle. The 2017 Defensive Player of the Year is extremely athletic and has a low center of gravity, giving Wade Phillips a disruptive playmaker up front. The explosive pass rusher has been exceptional so far, but should hit another level in his next contract ( we're waiting ...) with the offseason addition of Ndamukong Suh."
**Ndamukong Suh Shares Best Lessons Learned From Warren Buffett:
Ndamukong Suh is one of the league's top defensive tackles with five Pro Bowls and 51.5 sacks overall. And off the field, he appropriately has one of the world's top business mentors — billion dollar investment mogul Warren Buffett.
After several years of learning under Buffett, Suh spoke with CNBC to discuss his biggest takeaways from working with the icon. The defensive tackle first met Buffett in college and since then Suh has been active in the finance realm, looking to carve a career path for himself when his time in the NFL is over.
Buffett has been instrumental in helping Suh to make investments in real estate, technology, and restaurants. They now share both a business relationship and close friendship.
Suh's interview was released as part of the network's new documentary, "Warren Buffett: Investor. Teacher. Icon." airing on CNBC.
Watch a snippet of the interview below and catch the full video by clicking here.