It's cap-cutting time in South Florida.
The 29-year-old will count just $2 million against Miami's cap in 2019.
Here are more transactions we're tracking on Saturday:
- The Raiders have signed guard/tackle Denzelle Good to a one-year contract extension worth $1.8 million, Rapoport reported per a source informed. The contract has a maximum value of $3 million, Rapoport added.
- The Texans have had trade conversations about former first-round cornerback Kevin Johnson, sources told Rapoport. He's due $9.1 million in 2019 on his fifth-year option. That makes him an option to be a free agent, though no firm decision has been made, Rapoport added.
- The Seahawks are releasing 2017 second-round pick Malik McDowell, a source told Rapoport. McDowell spent his first two years in the league on the non-football injury list and has yet to play in an NFL game. The defensive tackle will be subject to waivers.
- The Panthers agreed on terms for a two-year deal with linebacker and special teamer Jared Norris, a source told Rapoport. Norris, who finished the season on injured reserve, received $150,000 to sign, Rapoport added.