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Dolphins Reportedly Set To Release Ndamukong Suh "As Early As Today"

Ndaukong Suh issues a statement to Nebraska football ahead of the team's spring game.

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According to a report from ESPN's Jeff Darlington, the Miami Dolphins plan on releasing star Ndamukong Suh "as early as today."

In 2015, the Miami Dolphins made defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh the highest-paid defensive player in NFL history, signing him to a six-year deal worth over $114 million. Now, ahead of the 2018 campaign, it looks like the franchise is ready to move on.

ESPN's Jeff Darlington reports that the Dolphins plan on releasing Suh - and the move could come as early as today.

Adam Schefter essentially confirmed the news as well.

Suh, who came over from the Detroit Lions after the 2014 season, had 15.5 sacks total over the three seasons he spent in Miami. He also notched 180 tackles in that span. He was a Pro Bowl player for the team during the 2016 season.

Suh is only 31 years old, so there's no doubt that another team will be interested in his services. It'll be interesting to see where he lands.