The Miami Dolphins have released linebacker Kyle Van Noy. The move will save the Dolphins almost $10 million in cap space.
NFL Network’s Mike Garofolo reported the news via Twitter on Tuesday afternoon.
— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) March 2, 2021
Van Noy was a two-time Super Bowl champion with the New England Patriots before joining his former defensive coordinator Brian Flores in Miami. He spent one year with the Dolphins at the outside linebacker position before being cut.
During his one season as a Dolphin, Van Noy played in 13 games, racking up six passes defended, six sacks and two forced fumbles. The seven year veteran is now a free agent and can sign anywhere he wishes. He can still have an impact on the game, but has still never made a Pro Bowl.
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