And now we get to the root cause. Not that there is anything wrong with Suh not wanting to restructure or thinking that it might force Miami's hand so he could find another payday/winning team. Good for him. But back to the theme of team players, if the team is looking to the highest paid player on the team to TAKE MORE money in order to help out in a tight year, and that player says no, it makes painful decisions a LOT easier. I'm a big Suh fan based on his play and commitment to being dominant on the field. I'm much less of a fan based on how expensive he is and the fact that the combination of Suh on the field and the teams ability to take advantage of him simply didn't come together as one would have hoped. Time to move on from the 'one super star' player approach and follow the blueprint of most (all?) of the winning teams for the last 2 decades: get your super stars from drafting well, but the team lives and dies on being ONE well oiled machine without any significant holes. And you can't do that playing a player who takes up so much of the cap without showing matching on the field results.