The Miami Dolphins continue to reshape their roster by moving on from some ers who have joined the team as free agents in recent years.
Officially out are defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and tight end Julius Thomas. Both moves were expected.
Suh signed on the first day of free agency three years ago, and he made $60 million fully guaranteed since then. He was due to earn $17 million this year, but a cap number of $26.2 million Cheap International Soccer Jerseys was too much for the Dolphins. He’ll be designated as a post-June 1 released, allowing $13.1 million of a $22.2 million cap hit to be pushed into 2019.
General manager Les Snead said his team would be aggressive this offseason, and he has certainly backed up those words in reshaping the defense.
Losers Seattle Seahawks: They released Sherman, telling him they wanted to create greater financial flexibility.
Additionally, they lost key pieces in tight end Jimmy Graham, wide receiver Paul Richardson, and defensive linemen Sheldon Richardson and Michael Bennett.
Team officials understood the need to reshape the roster in hopes of staving off a Cheap Jerseys full-blown rebuild, but Seattle still looks poised to take a step back.
At a minimum, it’s a one-year, $12 million deal — not a bad amount to make if the 49ers would decide to part ways with McKinnon before April 1, 2019. They likely won’t; the 2019 cash is merely $4 million, making it a $16 million deal over two years.
The 49ers then have to decide whether to invest another $4.8 million for 2020 and $7.2 million for 2021.
Regardless, it’s a solid contract for a career backup who has never rushed for more than 570 yards in any NFL season. He aspires to be the guy, and he’ll definitely be getting paid that way.
The Giants likely will enter the draft interested in a guard.