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Dolphins cut Greg Jennings, restructure Ndamukong Suh

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The Dolphins made a flurry of moves on Saturday, including saying goodbye to veteran receiver Greg Jennings.

Jennings has been released after a disappointing season in Miami. The 32-year-old Jennings had just 19 catches for 208 yards in his only season as a Dolphin.

Miami also restructured the contracts of defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and linebacker Koa Misi. Those moves were expected and will open up some cap space. Suh’s contract, in particular, has the potential to free up a lot of space this year: Before restructuring, Suh was slated to have the highest base salary in the NFL, at $23.485 million.

The Dolphins also announced that they have tendered six exclusive rights free agents: safety Shamiel Gary, wide receiver Matt Hazel, tackle Ulrick John, cornerback Tyler Patmon, tight end Jake Stoneburner and safety Michael Thomas.

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85 Responses to “Dolphins cut Greg Jennings, restructure Ndamukong Suh”
  1. patsfan says: Mar 5, 2016 7:26 PM

    Suh’s contract was bound to be redone the day it was signed.

  2. bakeberryjam says: Mar 5, 2016 7:27 PM

    Miami might be saddled with Suh for much longer, but at least he’s been one of the more-consistent defenders on the team, and he’s remained healthy. Hopefully the growing salary cap works well with his numbers in the future.

  3. f1restarter says: Mar 5, 2016 7:43 PM

    What a roller coaster ride for Jennings.

    From an all-time high with the Super Bowl winning Packers, to an all-time low wearing Viking purple, to getting cut by the Dolphins.

    If he can learn how to catch a snap and make the laces face away from the kicker, maybe the Vikings will take him back if he grovels sufficiently.

  4. revren10 says: Mar 5, 2016 7:46 PM

    What are their plans for QB because their starter now can’t even get them in the playoffs, maybe its because he’s getting bullied?

  5. fumblenuts says: Mar 5, 2016 7:49 PM

    Greg Jennings will be a Brown this season…..

  6. dbranch65 says: Mar 5, 2016 7:56 PM

    Gase and Grier. Get use to it. Let’s all the negative talk commence but their days are numbered. Dolphins will be back on top in short fashion!

  7. rutledge3197 says: Mar 5, 2016 7:57 PM

    Their QB is fine you’d holiness

  8. tjacks7 says: Mar 5, 2016 8:02 PM

    Good luck getting out from under that Suh contract, Miami.

    As for Greg, I think he should go back to GB where he will instantly be installed as the number 1 WR and CB on the roster.

  9. countmahdrof says: Mar 5, 2016 8:10 PM

    Jennings may not have put up great number in Miami, but the word from the organization is that he was fantastic in mentoring their young WRs , especially Parker. Good job, Greg.

  10. wolf4242 says: Mar 5, 2016 8:22 PM

    Jennings is good if he has a good QB throwing him the ball. He should go back to GB. He would be better than James jones.

  11. tjacks7 says: Mar 5, 2016 8:24 PM

    Never mind, I didn’t realize Jennings would be 33 next season. There’s no way his ligaments could withstand the punishment of having to adjust to all those incredibly off target throws in GB. He’ll have to find a more accurate passer if he wants to continue his career.

  12. rodge1 says: Mar 5, 2016 8:25 PM

    @tjacks7

    Guess you can’t read or are just ignorant. Miami just restructured his contract and opened up cap space, which was the plan. So it was actually a good signing. Suh played outstanding last season and was worth every penny. Not sure what your logic was on that statement. Maybe you’re just a troll trying to hate on everything Miami. Get in line.

  13. fanofpft says: Mar 5, 2016 8:27 PM

    countmahdrof says:
    Mar 5, 2016 8:10 PM

    Jennings may not have put up great number in Miami, but the word from the organization is that he was fantastic in mentoring their young WRs , especially Parker. Good job, Greg.

    .
    Yep TY for this and for torching the cheaters. Don’t know why teams wait so long to make cuts. There should be more coming.

  14. fanofpft says: Mar 5, 2016 8:36 PM

    wolf4242 says:
    Mar 5, 2016 8:22 PM

    Jennings is good if he has a good QB throwing him the ball. He should go back to GB. He would be better than James jones.

    .
    Yeah because he was the main target who never dropped a pass last season wth

  15. scmems07 says: Mar 5, 2016 8:40 PM

    “Jennings is good if he has a good QB throwing him the ball.”

    Jennings didn’t catch the ball when it was thrown to him, that’s why he never saw the field. That and the fact that he was buried in the depth chart.

    Good try there though, you want to give it another shot?

  16. VenerableAxiom says: Mar 5, 2016 8:43 PM

    Good job Ms. Aponte. You are the Queen of the Cap.

  17. Teddy BH20's House of Noodles says: Mar 5, 2016 8:44 PM

    Never mind, I didn’t realize Jennings would be 33 next season. There’s no way his ligaments could withstand the punishment of having to adjust to all those incredibly off target throws in GB.
    ————-
    This could be the most ridiculous statement you ever made. You are literally talking about one of the most accurate QB’s in NFL history.

    Vikings fans never miss a chance to continue to embarrass themselves.

  18. randomguy9999 says: Mar 5, 2016 8:44 PM

    they should restructure Tanny, he is way overpaid

  19. VenerableAxiom says: Mar 5, 2016 8:44 PM

    patsfan says:
    Mar 5, 2016 7:26 PM

    Suh’s contract was bound to be redone the day it was signed.
    ————–
    True, it was written that way specifically.

  20. tjacks7 says: Mar 5, 2016 8:46 PM

    rodge1 says:
    Mar 5, 2016 8:25 PM
    @tjacks7

    Guess you can’t read or are just ignorant. Miami just restructured his contract and opened up cap space, which was the plan. So it was actually a good signing. Suh played outstanding last season and was worth every penny. Not sure what your logic was on that statement. Maybe you’re just a troll trying to hate on everything Miami. Get in line.

    LOL push money down the line. Very good plan! Instead of paying him $23,000,000 this year, you can pay him $30,000,000 next year. Now I see why the Dolphins are perennial contenders. Such great management!

    No defensive tackle that I’ve seen yet is worth $23 million.

  21. tjacks7 says: Mar 5, 2016 8:48 PM

    Teddy BH20’s House of Noodles says

    This could be the most ridiculous statement you ever made. You are literally talking about one of the most accurate QB’s in NFL history.

    Vikings fans never miss a chance to continue to embarrass themselves.

    Ask Jordy’s knee what he thinks. As predicted, the decline has started and it’s all downhill from here, folks.

  22. VenerableAxiom says: Mar 5, 2016 8:54 PM

    tjacks7 says:
    Mar 5, 2016 8:02 PM

    Good luck getting out from under that Suh contract, Miami.
    ——-
    Why would they want to do that? He’s one of the best players on the team and in the league.

  23. igotgamenj says: Mar 5, 2016 8:57 PM

    Miami just freed up $23.8M in 2016 cap room by restructuring the contracts of Ndamukong Suh and Koa Misi and releasing Greg Jennings.

  24. Teddy BH20's House of Noodles says: Mar 5, 2016 8:58 PM

    Ask Jordy’s knee what he thinks. As predicted, the decline has started and it’s all downhill from here, folks.
    ———
    Freak accident. You’re right though. A WR is usually at great risk jumping up 6 inches to catch a football. Ironically the one down year would be like a dream for the Vikings over the last 10 years. 10-6, playoffs AND a playoff win is something that rarely happens in SKOLOLOLAND

  25. VenerableAxiom says: Mar 5, 2016 9:00 PM

    randomguy9999 says:
    Mar 5, 2016 8:44 PM

    they should restructure Tanny, he is way overpaid
    ——–
    Really. Compared to who… Kaepernick, Foles, Bradford, or RG3?

  26. Teddy BH20's House of Noodles says: Mar 5, 2016 9:03 PM

    The Vikings really pulled one over on the Dolphins by releasing Jennings and wasting…I mean trading a 2nd round pick for Wallace and acquiring his 11 million/year salary.

    SKOLOLOLOLOL

    Granted the huge downgrade in QB from Tannehill to Bridgewater might have had something to do with him being irrelevant at WR.

  27. tjacks7 says: Mar 5, 2016 9:06 PM

    Teddy BH20’s House of Noodles says:

    Freak accident. You’re right though. A WR is usually at great risk jumping up 6 inches to catch a football. Ironically the one down year would be like a dream for the Vikings over the last 10 years. 10-6, playoffs AND a playoff win is something that rarely happens in SKOLOLOLAND

    You would think that a QB that each year ranks in the bottom half of the league in downfield passes would be a little more accurate with his shorter throws? I mean 19th this year for a first ballot HOF? Seems odd to be such a check down artist to me.

    Anyways, I never got a chance to say it but congrats on that big time win against the Redskins in the playoffs! And going 1-1 in your Super Bowls this year. Great year all around for GB as expected.

  28. jerry944 says: Mar 5, 2016 9:15 PM

    Suh might be the most overrated player in football..

  29. tjacks7 says: Mar 5, 2016 9:17 PM

    VenerableAxiom says:

    Why would they want to do that? He’s one of the best players on the team and in the league.

    See above. But basically, he signed a 6 year, $114 million contract. Restructuring typically results in pushing money to the future to create cap space now. Normally it doesn’t turn out to well and a lot of dead money will be sitting on the cap.

    Essentially, the Dolphins are betting on a 29 year old DT continuing to play at his current level for 5 more years (or longer depending on the restructure). So even though he might be one of the best players in the league now, it’s highly unlikely he will be 3, 4, 5 years from now when Father Time catches up with him. And he’ll still be getting paid those huge numbers. If they cut him, it will be dead money against the cap.

    Basically, it’s a horrible way to manage the cap and no DT is worth that kind of money unless they’re also an elite QB.

  30. Teddy BH20's House of Noodles says: Mar 5, 2016 9:18 PM

    And the throw to Jordy Nelson wasn’t inaccurate. It was by design. That is a signature play between Rodgers and Nelson to throw it high so DB’s can’t get at it to swat it away when his back is towards them. They do the same thing on their back shoulder throws on the sideline.

  31. Teddy BH20's House of Noodles says: Mar 5, 2016 9:19 PM

    You would think that a QB that each year ranks in the bottom half of the league in downfield passes would be a little more accurate with his shorter throws?
    ———-
    You would think you would have a clue as to what you are talking about. Rodgers is the most accurate QB in throws over 40 yards in the history of the NFL.

    Sometimes it helps if you stick to the facts rather than making them up.

  32. Teddy BH20's House of Noodles says: Mar 5, 2016 9:21 PM

    And going 1-1 in your Super Bowls this year.
    ——-
    Here’s what clowns like you don’t understand. In order to win the Super Bowl or even have a shot at it, you need to be in the playoffs and you need to win a game.

    Yet instead you focus on the Packers playoff losses while your team sits at home almost every year.

  33. VenerableAxiom says: Mar 5, 2016 9:22 PM

    With these moves the Dolphins just freed up $23.8M in 2016 cap room. That’s net + $20 mil, even if they keep Vernon, Wake, and Miller, and everyone else for that matter. Which they won’t. So much for cap hell suckers.

  34. Teddy BH20's House of Noodles says: Mar 5, 2016 9:26 PM

    Adding insult to T-Joke’s made up stats to injury..

    “Aaron Rodgers completes 51.6 percent of his deep passes. That’s a Holy Cow, tweet it, discuss it, stand-in-awe-of-it statistic. Keep in mind that 20 yards downfield, completion percentage is an important statistic, not an inflated one. There are no screens or dump-offs padding the percentages.”

    That is the exact opposite of “bottom half of the league”. It’s almost like you tried to fail on that one.

  35. zerotrophiessince1961 says: Mar 5, 2016 9:28 PM

    Vikings fans – I have to ask: Are you born this delusional, or does the constant jealousy of the Packers successes just beat it into you? Because by the time you are “adults”, you are seriously the most deluded group of fans the world has ever known..

    >

  36. tjacks7 says: Mar 5, 2016 9:39 PM

    Geez, Packer fans get so sensitive when their team stinks! Just accept it guys. It’s okay.

  37. tjacks7 says: Mar 5, 2016 9:42 PM

    At for Rodgers, consistently in the bottom half of the league in average distance that his passes travel in the air. Nothing wrong with being a safe, check down QB, low risk QB, but let’s call it what it is.

    It’s not about what percentage he completes downfield, it’s that he throws a low percentage downfield. His average pass traveled less than 4 yards downfield this year. Which was good enough for 19th!

    De.lus.ion.al.

  38. tjacks7 says: Mar 5, 2016 9:44 PM

    Teddy BH20’s House of Noodles says:

    Here’s what clowns like you don’t understand. In order to win the Super Bowl or even have a shot at it, you need to be in the playoffs and you need to win a game.

    Yet instead you focus on the Packers playoff losses while your team sits at home almost every year.

    Hey Sherlock, I was referring to your 2 games against the Vikings. You know, the ones your QB refers to as for “all the marbles”.

  39. VenerableAxiom says: Mar 5, 2016 9:44 PM

    tjacks7 says:
    Mar 5, 2016 9:17 PM

    VenerableAxiom says:

    Why would they want to do that? He’s one of the best players on the team and in the league.

    See above. But basically, he signed a 6 year, $114 million contract. Restructuring typically results in pushing money to the future to create cap space now. Normally it doesn’t turn out to well and a lot of dead money will be sitting on the cap.

    Essentially, the Dolphins are betting on a 29 year old DT continuing to play at his current level for 5 more years (or longer depending on the restructure). So even though he might be one of the best players in the league now, it’s highly unlikely he will be 3, 4, 5 years from now when Father Time catches up with him. And he’ll still be getting paid those huge numbers. If they cut him, it will be dead money against the cap.

    Basically, it’s a horrible way to manage the cap and no DT is worth that kind of money unless they’re also an elite QB.
    ——-
    Dead money is irrelevant, and most NFL contracts never get to there final years (Jennings) unless the player continues to earn it. Just the contractual moves today have given the Fins 20 million in cap room. Come back when you learn how NFL contracts and cap management really works.
    Mar 5, 2016 9:17 PM

    VenerableAxiom says:

    Why would they want to do that? He’s one of the best players on the team and in the league.

    See above. But basically, he signed a 6 year, $114 million contract. Restructuring typically results in pushing money to the future to create cap space now. Normally it doesn’t turn out to well and a lot of dead money will be sitting on the cap.

    Essentially, the Dolphins are betting on a 29 year old DT continuing to play at his current level for 5 more years (or longer depending on the restructure). So even though he might be one of the best players in the league now, it’s highly unlikely he will be 3, 4, 5 years from now when Father Time catches up with him. And he’ll still be getting paid those huge numbers. If they cut him, it will be dead money against the cap.

    Basically, it’s a horrible way to manage the cap and no DT is worth that kind of money unless they’re also an elite QB.

  40. tjacks7 says: Mar 5, 2016 9:46 PM

    PS. You actually have to win 2 games. And if you’re a wild card team, at best, like the Packers are destined to be for the foreseeable future, you need to win three. Ain’t gonna happen, captain. Check back in 25 years if the Packers somehow become relevant again.

  41. tjacks7 says: Mar 5, 2016 9:53 PM

    Dead money is irrelevant, and most NFL contracts never get to there final years (Jennings) unless the player continues to earn it. Just the contractual moves today have given the Fins 20 million in cap room. Come back when you learn how NFL contracts and cap management really works

    “Dead money is irrelevant.” That’s actually kind of funny. What do you think happens when a team owes a player $30,000,000 and wants to cut him because his performance has fallen off? You know, since dead money is irrelevant and all.

  42. fanofpft says: Mar 5, 2016 9:53 PM

    Essentially, the Dolphins are betting on a 29 year old DT continuing to play at his current level for 5 more years
    .
    Wake has done Ware has done it. Williams is receiving interest from many teams. The list goes on.

    .
    scmems07 says:
    Mar 5, 2016 8:40 PM

    “Jennings is good if he has a good QB throwing him the ball.”

    Jennings didn’t catch the ball when it was thrown to him, that’s why he never saw the field. That and the fact that he was buried in the depth chart.

    Good try there though, you want to give it another shot?
    .

    He played every game. They more he dropped the more they must have used him as a decoy.
    Week 17 the pats must not of had a body on him. He had his highest yards of the season 4 for 74.

  43. Teddy BH20's House of Noodles says: Mar 5, 2016 9:56 PM

    It’s not about what percentage he completes downfield, it’s that he throws a low percentage downfield. His average pass traveled less than 4 yards downfield this year. Which was good enough for 19th!
    ————-
    This year, not his career you dufus. Everyone knows that his WR’s didn’t get open downfield when they lost Nelson. He also has more deep passing attempts over his career than any other QB in the same time span to go along with his ridiculously high comp%.

    You should really tap out. This just isn’t going well for you.

  44. Teddy BH20's House of Noodles says: Mar 5, 2016 9:58 PM

    And if you’re a wild card team, at best, like the Packers are destined to be for the foreseeable future, you need to win three. Ain’t gonna happen, captain.
    ———-
    You mean like what happened in 2010 when they won the SUPERBOWL as the wild card team? Good lord, you keep digging your hole even deeper. I understand that you’re only 21 years old at best, but man you really need to learn a thing or to about not embarrassing yourself.

  45. tjacks7 says: Mar 5, 2016 10:00 PM

    I think The Noodle is Kevin Lanflisi, explains why he’s so sensitive especially when talking about Rodgers and the Packers.

  46. magikskillz says: Mar 5, 2016 10:00 PM

    You guys did not pay attention in history class. There are no federal laws protecting gay people from discrimination. It is up to individual states. Georgia and the rest of the South does not choose to protect gays. Gay marriage was legalized by Supreme Court just recently and gay sex was legalized in 2003 by the Supreme Court. Unless the NFL has a rule saying you cant ask if someone is gay, the Falcons did nothing wrong legally.

  47. Teddy BH20's House of Noodles says: Mar 5, 2016 10:01 PM

    Check back in 25 years if the Packers somehow become relevant again.
    ————–
    We’ve been waiting for the Vikings to be relevant for over 50 and that still hasn’t happened.

  48. tjacks7 says: Mar 5, 2016 10:02 PM

    Teddy BH20’s House of Noodles says:

    And if you’re a wild card team, at best, like the Packers are destined to be for the foreseeable future, you need to win three. Ain’t gonna happen, captain.

    You mean like what happened in 2010 when they won the SUPERBOWL as the wild card team? Good lord, you keep digging your hole even deeper. I understand that you’re only 21 years old at best, but man you really need to learn a thing or to about not embarrassing yourself.

    My apologies, I thought it was the year 2016, but I now realize according to your post, the year 2010 will be in the future.

  49. Teddy BH20's House of Noodles says: Mar 5, 2016 10:04 PM

    Yes Dolphins fans, Vikings fans are ridiculed and the laughingstock amongs fans of the NFCN as well. It’s a really weird phenomenon that occurs when your team has never won anything while the team you look up to has the most championships in the NFL. They are so desperate to become relevant and have anything to brag on that they ALWAYS talk about what’s going to happen NEXT year……then it doesn’t happen and the pattern repeats itself.

    Some people call it “little dog syndrome”.

  50. tjacks7 says: Mar 5, 2016 10:05 PM

    Seriously, what grade do you guys stop going to school in Wisconsin..
    2nd? Your reading comprehension skills are embarrassing.

    It is currently 2016. 2010 was in the past, 2024 will be in the future. There’s a quick lesson you missed out on that was covered in about 3rd grade.

  51. Teddy BH20's House of Noodles says: Mar 5, 2016 10:07 PM

    My apologies, I thought it was the year 2016, but I now realize according to your post, the year 2010 will be in the future.
    ———-
    So because you said it won’t happen in the future based on nothing, the fact that it ACTUALLY did happen 5 seasons ago is somehow irrelevant. In fact, it happens all the time in the NFL. But let’s be honest, it’s going to be awhile before the Bears are ready to compete against the Packers for the division year in and year out.

  52. Teddy BH20's House of Noodles says: Mar 5, 2016 10:07 PM

    Seriously, what grade do you guys stop going to school in Wisconsin..
    2nd? Your reading comprehension skills are embarrassing.
    ——-
    You mean the Minnesota schools I attended? SKOLOLOL

  53. Teddy BH20's House of Noodles says: Mar 5, 2016 10:09 PM

    Ok Tjacks. Time for you to put your jammies on and get to bed. It’s been fun embarrassing you again. Sleep tight, don’t let the bed bugs bite!

  54. granadafan says: Mar 5, 2016 10:11 PM

    wolf4242 says:Mar 5, 2016 8:22 PM

    Jennings is good if he has a good QB throwing him the ball. He should go back to GB. He would be better than James jones.

    He and his sister already burned that bridge. Jennings thought HE made the QB, not the other way around.

  55. tjacks7 says: Mar 5, 2016 10:14 PM

    Teddy BH20’s House of Noodles says:

    So because you said it won’t happen in the future based on nothing, the fact that it ACTUALLY did happen 5 seasons ago is somehow irrelevant. In fact, it happens all the time in the NFL. But let’s be honest, it’s going to be awhile before the Bears are ready to compete against the Packers for the division year in and year out.

    Stay on topic, would you? I said it won’t happen for the Packers in the future. The team isn’t good enough. It’s irrelevant what happened in the past as they are not going to be the 2016-2020 Packers which will effectively close the window completely.

    The fact that it happens, and it has happened, is irrelevant to what is going to happen with the Packers. But hey, if you’re satisfied coming in second place and maybe winning a wild card round game for the next 3-4 years at most, by all means carry on.

    Otherwise, you should get rid of those dead weights Thompson and McCarthey, as I have said on this site for years now. And maybe, just maybe a competent manager and coach can salvage one last run from Aaron before that’s all she wrote.

    P.S. I also said the Packers would finish at best, in 2nd in the NFC North at this time last year. And boneheads told me I was crazy, the Packers are great! 1734 world champs baby! How’d that work out last year?

  56. tjacks7 says: Mar 5, 2016 10:17 PM

    Teddy BH20’s House of Noodles says:
    Mar 5, 2016 10:09 PM
    Ok Tjacks. Time for you to put your jammies on and get to bed. It’s been fun embarrassing you again. Sleep tight, don’t let the bed bugs bite!

    Mom must be calling huh? Night, little buddy. Find me on Twitter tomorrow and I’ll teach you football this offseason. It’ll make it more enjoyable than blindly following the packers incompetence: bigmike515

  57. scmems07 says: Mar 5, 2016 10:47 PM

    “He played every game. They more he dropped the more they must have used him as a decoy.
    Week 17 the pats must not of had a body on him. He had his highest yards of the season 4 for 74.”

    Oh, you mean week 17 when he was filling in for Matthews who was hurt? He started the first two games, he dropped a few passes including a crucial 3rd down ball right in his mitts against the jags, was benched from there. He got more playing time after Matthews went down.

  58. milkcan44 says: Mar 5, 2016 10:50 PM

    Jennings has done fine. Productive years with great QBs, win a SuperBowl, then get some schmos with moose brains like the Vikings pay you a huge bonus and throw you uncatchable balls so you never get hurt. Then wind up in the sun while they do the same thing to Wallace. Brilliant!!

  59. packsupersoldier says: Mar 5, 2016 10:58 PM

    That $17 million signing bonus was really worth it, wasn’t it Viking fans?

  60. Teddy BH20's House of Noodles says: Mar 5, 2016 11:04 PM

    Vikings fans think that relying on an old RB and a garbage QB is the way to build long term success in the NFL.

  61. Teddy BH20's House of Noodles says: Mar 5, 2016 11:09 PM

    Holy wow! I suggest everyone go look at TJacks twitter @bigmike515 He actually calls himself BigMike. The guy is about 17 and has a pencil neck. He looks like he lettered in band. He certainly didn’t play a man’s sport like football, yet he is going to teach everyone the game.

    SKOLOLOLOL

    I literally cannot stop laughing after seeing his photo. You won’t either if you check it out.

  62. purplepeople1 says: Mar 5, 2016 11:15 PM

    Scumbags packers fans, has to be the most annoying fans across sports hands down. Somthing bad will happen to Rodgers.

  63. purplepeople1 says: Mar 5, 2016 11:16 PM

    Scumbags packers fans, has to be the most annoying fans across sports hands down. Can’t wait for the injuries to Rodgers

  64. purplepeople1 says: Mar 5, 2016 11:18 PM

    Rodgers injured in 2016 book it

  65. patsfan4lifesbchamps says: Mar 5, 2016 11:30 PM

    So do you mean to tell me Suh will stick to twist Brady’s ankles for few more years? That’s the last thing Brady wants to hear I am sure.

  66. ncphinsfan says: Mar 5, 2016 11:48 PM

    Every year the Trolls come out and say “Miami is in Cap Hell”‘ Miami can’t afford Suh, Miami can’t afford Wallace and every year they seem to keep signing players and restructure. I never once heard a single Dolphins Fan lay claim to being the Free Agent Super Bowl Winners, but I can say they have the best Contracts person in Football. Lets sign a Guard and a DE and Draft LB, CB and Oline.

  67. rutledge3197 says: Mar 6, 2016 12:43 AM

    Miami > Minnesota….

  68. misterpositivity says: Mar 6, 2016 12:52 AM

    Teddy Failwater has tiny, Trump-sized hands = FACT
    Aaron Rodgers has massive, Hamburger Helper sized hands = FACT

    Hand size = Reliable evidence of QB superiority. (Smaller=worse) FACT

    Purple jerseys = Symbolize women/weakness. FACT.

    Wisconsin Economy = Better than Minnesota Economy. FACT.

    Vikes fans have a bias against truth, America, and logic = don’t support Donald Trump! FACT!

    I think I’ll just copy/paste this anytime something related to Minnesota or Wisconsin comes up!

  69. bryantrulen says: Mar 6, 2016 1:06 AM

    They cut that dude on a saturday! HE GONE! horrible WR without Favre and A rod. dude lost a step and looked underwheleming in every area in 14/15 Hands, Instincts, route running, timing everything! HE DONE!

  70. rutledge3197 says: Mar 6, 2016 3:01 AM

    Is that a Vikings fan trying to make an argument about that sorry franchise??

  71. deadeye says: Mar 6, 2016 8:17 AM

    Is Miami’s shame-spiral really news anymore? I say this as a life-long Dolphins fan.

  72. shepwp1 says: Mar 6, 2016 8:35 AM

    As a Packer fan, I’m not sure if I’m more embarrassed by the GB or the Vike comments. This is a story about Jennings with the Dolphins, NOT about the NFC Central or GB or Minn or Rodgers, etc. I’m just glad to hear that Greg was a good mentor for the young Miami WRs and that he had a productive career overall. Best of luck in the future, Greg!

  73. marvin1958 says: Mar 6, 2016 8:49 AM

    While the usual suspects pull hair and hit each other with their purses, I’d like to acknowledge Jennings for the weapon he was in Green Bay.

    Thanks and good luck Greg.

    Go Pack!!

  74. whatjusthapped says: Mar 6, 2016 9:27 AM

    There is a huge lesson in Jenning’s history. In his final contract year with the Packers, they offered him a competitive contract (and I don’t remember the exact figures) of around $10 mil. Jennings and his sister thought he was worth more so the Packers let him go into free agency where, for whatever reasons that are not apparent to logic, Jennings decided downgrade and sign with the Vikings. And for not that much more in salary.

    Its likely that he wouldn’t even play another down in the NFL, the lesson here is that once you sign with the Vikings, its tough to get the stench off of you. But he does leave with a Superbowl ring, something no Viking could ever claim unless they, like Jennings, got it elsewhere.

  75. rodge1 says: Mar 6, 2016 9:36 AM

    As a Dolphin fan I never realized Viking fans were no annoying and undeservingly self-entitled. Now I see why Packer fans hate them so much. Viking fans are the NFC-version of the Jet fans. Guess I should’ve done the math when that idiot-fan that dresses like a Viking demanded a contract from Minnesota.

  76. Teddy BH20's House of Noodles says: Mar 6, 2016 11:48 AM

    Rodgers injured in 2016 book it
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    I would make the same silly statement directed at the Vikings and Bridgewater, but Shaun Hill would be an upgrade.

    After all, he was able to throw 2 more Touchdowns in only 10 games as a starter than Teddy has in each of his first 2 seasons. Let that sink in for awhile.

  77. Teddy BH20's House of Noodles says: Mar 6, 2016 11:50 AM

    As a Dolphin fan I never realized Viking fans were no annoying and undeservingly self-entitled.
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    It is what happens to a fan base when they have spent 50 years being jealous of the team to the east of them.

    Small dog syndrome. But it is pretty funny and predictable to watch.

  78. fanofpft says: Mar 6, 2016 12:21 PM

    patsfan4lifesbchamps says:
    Mar 5, 2016 11:30 PM

    So do you mean to tell me Suh will stick to twist Brady’s ankles for few more years? That’s the last thing Brady wants to hear I am sure.

    .
    If your going to keep linemen around him that drag/pull Suh into him then yes. He will have the stature of Romo soon enough. Remember the call on the pats O-lineman after that play? Good times.That’s how it happened not revisionist history.

  79. fanofpft says: Mar 6, 2016 12:24 PM

    patsfan4lifesbchamps says:
    Mar 5, 2016 11:30 PM

    So do you mean to tell me Suh will stick to twist Brady’s ankles for few more years? That’s the last thing Brady wants to hear I am sure.

    .
    If your going to keep linemen around him that drag/pull Suh into him then yes. He will have the stature of Romo soon enough. Remember the call on the pats O-lineman after that play? Good times.That’s how it happened not your pats revisionist history.

  80. panache67 says: Mar 6, 2016 12:41 PM

    Since Suh’s contract was indeed written with a clause allowing Miami to convert base salary to bonus in any succeeding year they wanted too (with only email notification)…. so, the “gentleman/gentlelady” who started the comments on this article is UNWITTINGLY (surprize surprize) correct. :)

    Greg Jennings contributions were EXACTLY what Miami was looking for… and can be seen in the development of pretty much every other young Dolphins WR (Parker, Mathews, Landry, Stills, and one you didn’t see this year either… Matt Hazel). Job well done Mr Jennings. Good luck sir!

  81. bsizemore68 says: Mar 6, 2016 3:42 PM

    Just think of this idea, if the people who are not Dolphin fans would stay on there own team blogs we real fans would enjoy talking on this Dolphins blog, and of course the trolls would need to go and cry to there mother in her basement. Bill

  82. fanofpft says: Mar 6, 2016 4:16 PM

    bsizemore68 says:
    Mar 6, 2016 3:42 PM

    Just think of this idea, if the people who are not Dolphin fans would stay on there own team blogs we real fans would enjoy talking on this Dolphins blog, and of course the trolls would need to go and cry to there mother in her basement. Bill

    .
    I was doing this on here last night all comments got deleted. Only pats fans get to do that.

  83. cooperspur says: Mar 6, 2016 8:19 PM

    Pats fans = Deflated Trolls

  84. vikingguy55 says: Mar 6, 2016 9:40 PM

    This article has to to with a veteran player being cut and some really overpaid players are restructuring their contract to try to bring help to a losing organization! It is very unclear to me to read some comments and to what end is that the player being cut at one time was a Viking! and then a diatribe about how bad the vikings are! I am trying to understand then i realize that this could just be a very frustrated Packer fan! If i was a packer fan then i could understand that my team was not very good most of the season and probably were much worse than most realized! The packers were bad! they barely made the playoffs and never had any control over anything other than the outcome that happened! Which was to lose! And also not to mention did not win the Division! You cannot hail mary yourself to the Superbowl! But the real problem for a Packer fan is to understand that there is a new team in their division that is up and coming and from now on they will have to earn it! Because the Vikings are a very well organized, well coached, and on the verge of putting a top3 Defense on the field if not the best there is! Are you kidding me, the packers will probably never see the success they have seen in the past, the problems they were having is typical of a team that has become complacent toward the their ability to adapt,from injury and rebuilding the roster, the Packers are old and are a fragile team with a lack of depth at certain ares which leaves them vulnerable as the season wears on! Many teams have the same problems, one was the Vikings and their O line which kept Teddy moving for Teddy to do with that O line what he did not too many want to admit just how good this kid is! Especially behind a new O line one that will be able to protect him and just keep getting better just like that D line! Hey I am a real fan of the Minnesota Viukings and I am telling you that this team is getting very close!

  85. randomguy9999 says: Mar 8, 2016 3:17 PM

    VenerableAxiom says:

    randomguy9999 says:

    they should restructure Tanny, he is way overpaid
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    Really. Compared to who… Kaepernick, Foles, Bradford, or RG3?

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    compared to anybody… Tanny has never ranked over 15th in the 4 years he’s been wasting the time of the Phins, yet he gets a monster contract and is averaging 20M a year which puts him in the top 20% of QBs

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