- Dec 29, 2010
- Reaction score
- Davie, FL
Yes, because the contract of Lawson has more up front 2020 money against the cap than initially thought.There is an article in the Miami Herald that I don’t want to pay for but it talks about how the Dolphins have less cap space than originally thought because of their free agent signings. Does anybody have any insight?
The Dolphins have structured new edge player Shaq Lawson’s contract in a way that his 2020 cap hit is substantial, it was learned Sunday. His $10.3 million cap hit for 2020 is larger than expected and lowers Miami’s available cap space to about $32 million.
A six-pack of Miami Dolphins notes on a Friday (and updated heavily with new information on Sunday):