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Eagles could pursue Ndamukong Suh once he is released by Dolphins

12 March 2018

The team traded running back Jay Ajayi during the 2017 season, and just last week agreed to a trade sending wide receiver Jarvis Landry to the Cleveland Browns.

Suh's career with Miami was a mixed bag after signing a monster six-year, $114 million contract with the team in 2015.

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The Dolphins plan to release Suh as early as Monday, according to ESPN.

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

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The main reason the Dolphins are releasing Suh is it will save them close to $36 million in cap space over the next two seasons. His cap hit with the Dolphins is $26.1 million. Each summer, the National Football League allows each team to designate two players as post-July 1 cuts, when the rules for how salary cap figures work change, so by using one of the designations on Suh, they'll be able to get out of $17 million of his cap commitment.

Suh, a three-time All-Pro, tweeted Monday morning in a video: "There will be some exciting things going on".

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He started all 48 games he played with the Dolphins over the last three years, with 15.5 sacks, 49 quarterback hits, 37 tackles for loss and 108 total tackles. If the Dolphins use that designation, the move creates $17 million in salary cap space in 2018; if the team just cuts him without that designation, the move would only create $3.9 million in cap space. The only two games Suh missed in his career were due to a suspension after he stomped on then-Green Bay offensive lineman Evan Dietrich-Smith in 2011.

Eagles could pursue Ndamukong Suh once he is released by Dolphins