(97.1 The Ticket) Just three years into a six-year contract, Ndamukong Suh's time in Miami is coming to an end.
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National Football League star Ndamukong Suh tweeted he is in Seattle Monday as it is expected he will be released by the Miami Dolphins at any time.
Darlington reported all three moves - including the impending release of Suh - are related to a culture change being pushed by head coach Adam Gase. The Dolphins save that amount against the cap by cutting him.
If Suh is designated as a post-June 1 cut, the team would save $17 million against the 2018 salary cap.
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Suh, 31, was scheduled to make $16.9M and count $26.1M against the cap as apart of the six-year, $114M deal he signed with Miami a few seasons back. Releasing him now without that designation would save less than $4 million in cap space.
Suh can still destroy the pocket, a premium service in today's National Football League, and it'll be fascinating to see what market materializes for a great player who's never been shy about saying he wants to maximize his earning power.
He was named to four Pro Bowls while receiving an awesome three First-Team All-Pro nods during those five initial seasons. The Lions happen to have a need at that position. "Be some exciting news going on". And it's safe to say the contract he signed with the Dolphins, who outbid Detroit for his services, qualifies as a disappointment.
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