Dolphins release Mario Williams after free agent failure
The Miami Dolphins released defensive lineman Mario Williams.
The move comes as absolutely no surprise after Williams recorded a career-worst 1.5 sacks in 2016 and was a healthy scratch for the final game of the regular season. Miami saves $8.5 against the cup by releasing him. There likely won't be much demand on the open market for a 32-year-old Williams.
The Dolphins finished the season ranked 18th in schedule-adjusted Defensive Net Expected Points allowed per play.
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