It’s no secret some players were going to leave Miami this offseason due to cap space. The first one that made it officially was Derek Carr who posted on his twitter account: “Farewell Miami, I did my best, but this wasn’t enough, I hope this gets better next year. I want to thank Stephen Ross, Brian Flores and all the coaching staff and the fans of this great city. We all need a change, and this is for the best”.
After that the team announce they are not resigning Russell Okung either. The veteran left tackle had already been benched for rookie Raheem Marshall and same is the case for veteran Free Safety Bobby McCain who lost his starting position against D.J. Peek past the midseason. He got a chance of keeping the ball of his last interception, the last game against the New England Patriots.
There is a list of other players that may not be resigning, but this is still uncertain. This is the case of Taco Charlton, P.J. Williams or Davon Godchaux. The staff is having a meeting with them after of the Super Bowl to discuss their contracts.