Instant analysis of the Dolphins releasing DT Ndamukong Suh


The Dolphins are trying to change the culture in Miami and the moves they are making suggest just that.

On defense, the Dolphins apparently plan on releasing star defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, per ESPN's Jeff Darlington.

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The Dolphins will release Suh under the June 1 designation, which will save the team $17 million in salary cap space. But after agreeing to acquire Robert Quinn and his $11.4 million cap hit via a trade with the Los Angeles Rams, the Dolphins' have an untenable chunk of their salary cap - almost $52 million (!) - along their defensive line.

This isn't particularly surprising considering Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reported in October that Miami was "preparing to move on" from Suh.

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He was solid in Miami with 4.5 sacks in 2017 after posting 5.0 in 2016 and 6.0 in 2015, but he was not the same disruptive force who tallied 36 in Detroit. Quinn hasn't been a great player in two years, not unlike the failed acquisition of Mario Williams a few years back, and it's impossible to argue the Dolphins are closer to competing without Landry and Suh.

This morning, Suh posted a video on Twitter telling fans to "stay tuned, there will be some exciting news going on". Overall, he's been named First-Team All-Pro four times and appeared in five Pro Bowls during eight seasons with the Lions and Dolphins.

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