The Miami Dolphins are looking to make some roster changes after a disappointing 2017 campaign. Among those who could be on the chopping block is Ndamukong Suh. Although he is still considered one of the best interior lineman in the league, his $26.1 million cap hit for next season seems to be a bit too steep for Miami. As a result, the defensive tackle could be released in the coming week, according to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald: One NFL official who spoke to the Dolphins said they did not rule out releasing Ndamukong Suh, which jibes with Armando Salguero’s report last month. (The Dolphins, per the source, didn’t portray it as likely or unlikely but merely an option under consideration.) Suh is the second big name that the Dolphins will reportedly be parting ways with.
Dolphins still could release Ndamukong Suh
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