The Miami Dolphins made the biggest splash of the 2015 offseason by landing Ndamukong Suh, but the defensive tackle will be looking for a new NFL home in 2018.

ESPN’s Jeff Darlington reports the Dolphins plan to release Suh as early as Monday.

Shortly after Miami acquired Robert Quinn, a rumor emerged the franchise wanted to move on from Suh. Although Quinn isn’t a defensive tackle, he’s another highly paid defensive lineman on a unit that already included Suh and Cameron Wake.

This is a strange move for the Dolphins, since it’s not even an immediate cost-saving measure. They can designate him a post-June 1 cut, but the savings won’t help Miami this offseason.

Besides, the veteran has continued being a dominant force in the middle of the line. He posted 48 tackles with 4.5 sacks last season and forced two fumbles. Suh remains a tremendous player.

But now, a different NFL team will have Suh anchoring its defense in 2018 and potentially beyond.

David Kenyon
Writer for Sportsnaut and Bleacher Report, mostly covering college football as well as the NFL, NBA and college basketball.