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2015 Dolphins free agents: Jason Trusnik walk, franchise, extend

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We continue our Miami Dolphins free agents Walk, Franchise, Extend game.

Brad Barr-USA TODAY Sports

We continue our game of "Walk, Franchise, Extend," working our way through the Miami Dolphins' 2015 free agents. We are working our way through the team's unrestricted free agents, giving you a chance to choose what the Dolphins should do with each of the players who are set to have their contracts expire in March.

Below you will find a poll. All you have to do it vote. Once we make it through all of the Dolphins' free agents, we will post the results of who you want to walk, franchise, or extend.

So far, we have run polls for tight end Charles Clay, guard Daryn Colledge, safety Louis Delmas, offensive tackle Jason Fox, cornerback T.J. Heath, running back LaMichael James, quarterback Matt Moore, running back Knowshon Moreno, defensive tackle Jared Odrick, center Samson Satele, linebacker Kelvin Sheppard, and running back Daniel Thomas. You can still cast your votes using the links below.

We now move on to linebacker Jason Trusnik.

Trusnik began his career in 2007 as an undrafted free agent with the New York Jets. After three seasons with New York, followed by two years with the Cleveland Browns, he joined the Dolphins in 2011, playing primarily on special teams and as a reserve linebacker. This season, Trusnik was selected as the special teams captain for the Dolphins, but he was also a key member of the defense as injuries worked their way through the team's linebackers. Trusnik started six games, primarily playing middle linebacker. He has never missed a game in his four seasons with the Dolphins, and he is a solid veteran contributor who usually gets the job done, even if it is not with the spectacular, highlight style, play. He recorded 48 tackles in 2014, with one interception.

Trusnik is coming off a three-year, $3.57 million contract with the Dolphins. He accounted for $1,071,668 against the salary cap last year.

What do you do with Trusnik?