Miami Dolphins waive Vonnie Holliday

In a time of economic crisis, when the financial crunch can even impact the lucrative world of the NFL, it might seem reasonable to view the Dolphins' approach to free agency simply as a sign of the times. Case in point? First, Miami made a huge cost-saving move Monday by waiving defensive captain as a means to get younger while also saving $5.75 million against the salary cap, as well as a $1.5 million signing bonus that was due him today. (Miami Herald)

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