I cannot believe some of these posts like “He will not work next to McCoy” or he is “too much money”. If anything this team lacks depth and talent. Suh is a dick, but he is a dick with talent that provides very much needed depth.
Also this nonsense we should not pick him up because we might draft Vea. Pick up Suh and draft Vea. Between McCoy, Suh and Vea, may the best man win the position. Not a single position should be handed out when this team is this bad.
so what are the details around miami and suhs contract?
What im reading is hell make 26 mil this year.. if they cut him hell make 9mil from Miami, and Miami will save 17million.
If a team trades for him, then hes on the books for 26mil with that team? If thats the case AND miami is looking to shed that huge contract, then a trade will essentially just to take all the money off of miamis hands. Meaning the draft pick for the trade would be easy.
Do I have that right? or missing something? not a contract guru.
It’s a dream scenario in a way, because most fans wanted Suh in that draft. And I think we had the right idea in general that year, taking Sapp/Booger 2.0(if we were lucky obviously) in McCoy and Price. Then we had another chance at an even better version when Lovie was infatuated with Aaron Donald…but McCoy stated openly that he wasn’t willing to switch positions. He wouldn’t do that for Suh either(and vice versa). It’s fun to think about, and that’s about it.
ESPN’s Dianna Marie Russini confirms the Dolphins are “discussing” releasing Ndamukong Suh.
The Miami Herald has been reporting this for weeks. With Jarvis Landry signing his franchise tender, the Dolphins need to clear salary cap space in the worst way. Although he’s now 31, cutting Suh would be purely financial. He remains an elite player. Quarterbacks aside, Suh would instantly become the best player on the open market.
Source: Dianna Marie Russini on Twitter Mar 8 – 8:59 PM