Dolphins Release TE Julius Thomas

Dolphins Release TE Julius Thomas

The Miami Dolphins released tight end Julius Thomas.

Suh's release is anticipated unless he agrees to a significant contract restructuring, which is unlikely.

Suh signed a six-year, $114.4 million deal with the Dolphins in 2015 but never lived up to expectations. In the video he says: "Stay tuned, be some exciting things going on".

Suh was released in the middle of a bad a six-year, $114M deal he signed with the Dolphins back in 2015, which left Miami with a bit of cap relief but otherwise nothing to show for it.

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Rapoport took part in a roundtable discussion on Suh on NFL Network and cited the Seattle Seahawks, New Orleans Saints and Patriots as teams that will be involved with his colleague Mike Garafolo agreeing that New England makes sense.

His anticipated departure would be the latest move in an attempt to change the locker room culture under Adam Gase, who heads into his third season as coach.

If you turned on the radio Monday morning to WQAM 560 in Miami, you would have heard the division among fans as it pertains to former second-round pick turned three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Jarvis Landry. He has been a model of durability, missing only two games in his eight-year career.