https://www.miamiherald.com/sports/spt-columns-blogs/armando-salguero/article227026574.html This in general from Mando: "It’s going to be a blood bath, folks. The NFL Network also reported Saturday the Dolphins have told defensive end Andre Branch he will be released this offseason. Again, no surprise. Branch has been mostly a rotational player the past two seasons -- one that also endured various injuries. And that role and his production (1.5 sacks in 2018) is not commensurate with the $9 million cap cost he’s scheduled to have in 2019. So he will be cut and the Dolphins will save $7 million. That won’t be all. Expect ... The Dolphins to rescind the $9.38 million guaranteed option on receiver DeVante Parker. That move will save the entire amount as it makes Parker a free agent. The Dolphins to cut starting left guard Josh Sitton. who has a $7 million scheduled cap hit. That move will save $5 million. Sitton, a source told the Miami Herald last week, expects to be cut. The Dolphins to cut or (try to) trade defensive end Robert Quinn. That move would save the team $12.9 million in cap cost without leaving any dead money behind. This is the biggest no-brainer of them all. The Dolphins may also be tempted to cut receiver Danny Amendola. Amendola led the team in receptions last season with 59 but he’s 33 years old, will be 34 during the season and is scheduled to cost $6 million, all of which the Dolphins can save by cutting him. The Dolphins also have significant decisions to make with looming free agents Cameron Wake, the team’s longtime prolific edge rusher, and running back Frank Gore. Neither are currently signed for 2019."