Dolphins reportedly considering releasing Ndamukong Suh
There continues to be talk about the Miami Dolphins potentially releasing Ndamukong Suh.
On Wednesday, the Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson published a lengthy article about the Dolphins’ offseason plans. In his article, Jackson said the Dolphins are considering releasing Suh. This is nothing new, considering the possibility of the team moving on from Suh was mentioned in October and again last month.
Suh is set to count for $26.1 million against the salary cap next season, which would be a big drain. The team may ask him to consider restructuring his contract. If not, they could release him to save money. If they released Suh and designated him a post-June 1 cut, they would save $17 million under the cap.
Suh, 31, had 48 tackles and 4.5 sacks last season. He has remained a productive player since signing a massive free agent deal with the Dolphins three years ago.