Miami Dolphins Will Release DT Ndamukong Suh

"There will be some exciting things going on".

Could that news include meeting with the Seahawks? The Bills' signing cornerback Vontae Davis to a one-year worth up to $8 million showed they could be in the market for older, more accomplished free agents.

In addition to now knowing that Steelers will release cornerback William Gay, the team's second of two fifth-round draft picks in 2007, it's now being reported that the Miami Dolphins have released linebacker Lawrence Timmons, Pittsburgh's first-round draft pick in 2007. 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.

He was named to four Pro Bowls while receiving an wonderful three First-Team All-Pro nods during those five initial seasons. Those players, though, could not make visits until Wednesday.

Seattle could well be looking at Suh as a replacement for Richardson. He made the Pro Bowl in 2016 but never quite reached the same heights as he did with the Lions. Already this offseason they have shipped out star wide receiver Jarvis Landry to the Browns and now will be shedding Suh's contract and nasty on-field demeanor. Suh was initially suspended for Detroit's playoff game against Dallas in 2015 before his suspension was overturned and replaced with a $70,000 fine for stepping on the calf and ankle of Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

Roseman has since given Jeffery a contract extension and the Eagles are reportedly in heavy negotiations to sign Robinson before free agency arrives on Wednesday.