Miami Dolphins will cut Ndamukong Suh

NFL Rumors: Dolphins To Release Ndamukong Suh As Part Of 'Culture Change'

According to reports, Suh will be among the players let go by the Dolphins and will be a post-June 1st cut, meaning his salary cap savings will be more for 2019 than 2018. The team traded running back Jay Ajayi during the 2017 season, and just last week agreed to a trade sending wide receiver Jarvis Landry to the Cleveland Browns. National Football League rosters can turnover quickly, but how much time does head coach Adam Gase have to see the culture change through? He signed a $114 million, six-year deal with the Dolphins when he joined them in 2015, and his base salary this year would be $17 million.

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Until the Dolphins actually release Suh, Seattle and other interested suitors won't be able to pounce just yet.

Then there's the Dolphins' total uncertainty under center, where Gase said Ryan Tannehill is his guy this year, while rumblings persist that he could target one of the top QB prospects with the 11th overall pick. While him potentially re-signing with the Steelers is an obvious connection, you have to wonder if that will ultimately happen because of the way his play has dropped off over the last few years.

The Dolphins now appear worse than the 6-10 mess of 2017, not closer to the 10-6 wild-card berth two years ago that felt like a mirage. He has been a model of durability, missing only two games in his eight-year career.

They will release perhaps the face of the team and its best player, but that is the cost of trying to abruptly change the culture.

We don't know for sure that Suh is in town to meet with the Seahawks, but obviously the timing here makes one think that could be the case.



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