With free agency set to begin this week, the Dolphins are looking to free up as much cap space as they can. Reports are that the team is working on a restructure for Jordan Cameron, who was signed last year. There were high expectations for Cameron this season, but he did not live up to them. The offense was a mess the entire year and Cameron was asked to block more. Adam Gase praised Cameron this offseason and would like to have him back.
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Report: Dolphins working on a restructure with TE Jordan Cameron | The Daily Dolphin
Last year, the Dolphins gave tight end Jordan Cameron what was basically a prove-it deal. It was a 2-year, $15 million deal for a talented but concussion-prone player who was signed after Charles Clay left for Buffalo. But Cameron's deal was structured so that it was only a $4.
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Mario Williams completes visit with Miami Dolphins | Miami Herald
Mario Williams spent Saturday night and most of Sunday huddled with team brass in the Miami Dolphins' Davie headquarters, where Mike Tannenbaum and company presumably made their best pitch.
Dolphins 2016 Offseason
Perkins: Dolphins should retain Cam Wake and Brent Grimes - Sun Sentinel
The Dolphins restructured DT Ndamukong Suh's contract and hosted free agent DE Mario Williams. But they must keep CB Brent Grimes and DE Cam Wake.
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Peyton Manning retiring after 18 seasons - The Phinsider
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