14 March, 2018
Timmons, who lost contract guarantees because of his disappearing act, was set to earn $5.5 million in 2018.
Miami is expected to release veteran defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, and the move could come as early as Monday, according to Jeff Darlington of ESPN. He made the Pro Bowl in 2016 but never quite reached the same heights as he did with the Lions.
Suh's career with Miami was a mixed bag after signing a monster six-year, $114 million contract with the team in 2015.More news: West Ham vs Burnley 10 March 2018: EPL Soccer Preview and Predictions
He has never won a playoff game, and with him previous year, Miami finished 29th in run defense and 26th in sacks. While it's too early to decipher what teams might be interested in bringing on the sometimes-troubled Suh, we might have an idea of where he would want to go. Darlington noted the Dolphins are striving for a "culture change", and Suh's release would be part of that shift heading into the 2018 campaign. He did, however, miss one game last season as a result of him going AWOL from the team's hotel in Los Angeles the morning of a game and was ultimately tracked down at the airport getting ready to board a flight to Pennsylvania to go see family.
Suh can still destroy the pocket, a premium service in today's National Football League, and it'll be fascinating to see what market materializes for a great player who's never been shy about saying he wants to maximize his earning power. He knows the city and some of the personnel after being the No. 2 overall pick to the Lions in 2010 - and Detroit had a dominant defense with Suh on the roster in 2014.