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The Splash Zone - 3/4/16: Dolphins Restructure Koa Misi's Contract

Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a run down of the Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours.

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After agreeing to restructure his contract, Koa Misi will be a member of the Dolphins defensive unit in 2016. The Dolphins are finding ways to create some cap space and every little bit helps. The team is also looking to restructure Cameron Wake's and Ndamukong Suh's contracts. With free agency starting next week, the Dolphins need to start clearing some more cap space.

You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.

Miami Dolphins eye cap savings with new Koa Misi contract | Miami Herald
Koa Misi will be a member of the Miami Dolphins in 2016. That has been decided.

Dolphins Defensive Line

What's next for Miami Dolphins? Addressing contracts of Suh, Wake - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
The Dolphins are probably not done making moves before the new league year begins next week.

Do Miami Dolphins have in-house replacements for Olivier Vernon? - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
A look at three players who could be in line for more playing time if Vernon gets an offer the Dolphins can't match.

Dolphins figuring out Suh, Wake deals before free agency begins |
Now that the Dolphins face losing defensive Olivier Vernon to free agency, the team has several major decisions to make on other key players.

Dolphins Secondary

Miami Dolphins free agent watch: Defensive backs | The Daily Dolphin
The Dolphins need help. A lot of help. As usual, there's plenty of it available on the free agent market. But it's a tricky situation for the Dolphins, who need upgrades at cornerback, safety, linebacker, guard and may need reinforcement at defensive end if Olivier Vernon bolts in free age...

Dolphins 2016 Offseason

South Florida ‘very optimistic’ despite L.A.’s late bid to host Super Bowls | The Daily Dolphin
Stephen Ross’ quest to bring a Super Bowl back to South Florida just got more complicated. The Los Angeles Times reported Thursday that L.A. is attempting to host the Super Bowl in 2020 or 2021, adding a powerful competitor into the mix.

Phinsider News You May Have Missed

The Splash Zone - 3/3/16: How Dolphins Hope To Improve Their Defense - The Phinsider
Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a run down of the Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours.

Dolphins looking defense in Mcshay's Mock Draft 3.0 - The Phinsider
Miami sticks to the defensive side of the ball according to Todd McShay in his Mock Draft 3.0.

For Miami, draft begins with Bolts at No. 3 - The Phinsider
The Dolphins will have options at No. 8 overall in April's NFL draft, but what are they? Which teams in the top seven will have the most influence regarding players available when Miami goes on the clock? We review some of the top scenarios.