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Eagles could pursue Ndamukong Suh once he is released by Dolphins

13 March 2018, 06:03 | Brenda Erickson

Eagles could pursue Ndamukong Suh once he is released by Dolphins

Eagles could pursue Ndamukong Suh once he is released by Dolphins

The Miami Dolphins plan to release defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh as early as today, according to a report.

Last week, the team released another star player - Jarvis Landry. The Rams have added several key defensive players to their team, with All-Pros Aqib Talib and Marcus Peters, as well as cornerback Sam Shields this offseason.

If Miami had paid Suh as scheduled over the next two years, the cap hit would have been $54.2 million and he would have earned $36 million.

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The Seahawks wouldn't seem to want to come anywhere close to paying Suh what he had been making with the Dolphins.

Suh spent the first five seasons of his career with the Detroit Lions and the last three with Miami. Though he was never the dominant pass rusher the Dolphins expected to be, accruing 15.5 sacks in three years with the team. If Suh is designated as a post-June 1 cut/trade the Dolphins will save $17 million in cap space and eat roughly $9 million.

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.

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With none of the remaining years on Suh's contract guaranteed - standard operating procedure in the National Football League - the decision was probably an easy one, despite still being one of the best players in the NFL. The Dolphins will likely look to move on from the three-time, all-pro defensive tackle as a defensive tackle has a limited number of ways to impact the game. The question is where will he end up playing in his ninth season in the league.

He has never won a playoff game, and with him past year, Miami finished 29th in run defense and 26th in sacks.

Suh recently spoke with Business Insider about how much athletes really get when they sign those enormous contracts.

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