8:03 PM EST, Mon January 26, 2015
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Miami Dolphins Salary Cap Saving Options

Many have suggested that the Miami Dolphins are in cap space hell entering the 2015/2016 season. That’s definitely not the case. Lets check out the best candidates that could make the most sense to be salary cap cuts. There are two people in the Dolphins facility that have huge jobs during the next couple of months.  Dawn Aponte will be in charge of crunching the numbers and putting the Dolphins in a position to keep their best players, and let go of those players that have failed to impress, while Dennis Hickey, the General Manager, will need to recruit players in both free agency and...

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