https://overthecap.com/2019-potential-cuts-edge-rusher/ Andre Branch, Dolphins Cap Saved: $7M; Cash Saved: $7M; Dead Money: $2M This contract was a bit of a stretch the minute it was signed and a classic example of putting far too much stock in one season. Branch played in less than 50% of the snaps last year and finished with just 1.5 sacks. Robert Quinn, Dolphins Cap Saved: $12.9M; Cash Saved: $12.9M; Dead Money: $0 If Miami is serious about taking a step back this year then Quinn should not be in their plans. Quinn has tailed off from his peak years as a pass rusher but can still be effective as a starter, but he probably doesn’t have trade value at this salary unless a team is able to reach terms on an extension. Olivier Vernon, Giants Cap Saved: $11.5M; Cash Saved: $15.5M; Dead Money: $8M Vernon was the biggest signing in the Giants 2016 spending spree and hasn’t been healthy enough to really justify the contract. Vernon is still a capable player and will likely land a $10 million a year type contract when released, but it makes more sense for the Giants to move on and allow him to get a fresh start elsewhere rather than try to bring his salary down for the season.