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Dolphins Cleared of Tampering in Ndamukong Suh Signing

The NFL found that the Dolphins didn’t brake violations of the tampering policy in the signing of free agent Ndamukong Suh, according to Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald.

Suh signed with the Dolphins for six-years, worth $114 million with $60 million guaranteed, including a $25.5 million signing bonus.

News broke out that Suh had already agreed to a deal a week before free agency officially started, which would have violated the NFL tampering policy.

The day that Suh signed, Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross said that the team broke no rules.

“I’m confident of that,” Ross said. “I certainly wanted to talk to (Suh) but I knew I couldn’t, and we didn’t.”

 

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