Dolphins plan to move on from Ndamukong Suh, Lawrence Timmons

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They traded running back Jay Ajayi to the Philadelphia Eagles mid-season a year ago. 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 teased some "exciting news" on Twitter on Monday morning, which would seem to indicate he knew this revelation would hit the National Football League news cycle today. Overall, he's been named First-Team All-Pro four times and appeared in five Pro Bowls during eight seasons with the Lions and Dolphins.

Suh signed a massive six-year, $114.4m contract before the 2015 season and is due to cost $26.1m against the gap in 2018, a huge number given the pass-rushing defensive tackle has failed to live up to expectations since arriving in Miami.

The cryptic message really didn't say much other than he was getting ready to workout but now a new Tweet from Jeff Darlington who is very dialed in to the Dolphins and their plans is saying that Suh could be gone as early as today.

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Suh made bank the last time he was a free agent. He is ruthless in his pursuit of the quarterback, often times executing cheap shots on the vulnerable opposing signal caller.

In the end, Suh received $60 million in three seasons.

Suh is only 31 years old, so there's no doubt that another team will be interested in his services.

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According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, the Dolphins are parting ways with Suh for locker room reasons more than anything else.

Darlington reported all three moves - including the impending release of Suh - are related to a culture change being pushed by head coach Adam Gase.

If the Dolphins do cut Suh, this could be another long and frustrating year for the Dolphins.

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