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The Splash Zone 5/6/20: Albert Wilson Takes A Pay Cut

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Albert Wilson agreed to restructure his contract with the Miami Dolphins yesterday. The move lowers the cap hit from Wilson’s contract as his new base salary will be $3 million with another $1 million in incentives. Wilson has been a cut candidate all offseason due to his previous contract numbers, but with it restructured he should be around for another year before hitting free agency next year.

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

Albert Wilson takes a pay cut with the Dolphins - ProFootballTalk
Wide receiver Albert Wilson and the Dolphins have agreed on a reworked contract for the 2020 season.


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Don Shula legend includes tall tales of Miami Dolphins coach | Miami Herald
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Statements from former players, coaches and colleagues of Don Shula.
Statements from former players, coaches and colleagues of Don Shula.


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