Three days later, the Dolphins are set to move on from their best defensive player and maybe the best player on their entire team.
On Monday, Jeff Darlington of ESPN reported Miami's plan is to release Suh "as early as today". The Dolphins have already agreed to trade receiver Jarvis Landry to the Browns and appear to be gutting the roster to improve team culture. The report has since been confirmed by a league source.
Suh's release also will take a large contract off Miami's books.?Suh carried a salary-cap number of $26.1 million for the 2018 season, including a base salary of $16.985 million.
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The Suh decision comes roughly three years after they signed the defensive tackle to an enormous six-year, $114 million contract.
The Miami Dolphins' purge apparently will continue Monday. Releasing Suh now would save the Dolphins just $3.9 million against the cap.
Suh has been named to the Pro Bowl five times in his career and has been a six-time All-Pro selection - though he has also been the subject of several hefty fines of over $215,000 in his career while once being voted the dirtiest player in the National Football League by fellow players.
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Suh recorded 38 tackles and six sacks in 2015. In the video he says, "Stay tuned, be some exciting things going on".
The Dolphins are going to be unrecognizable.
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