Paul Soliai could be heading elsewhere

Aaron Wilson
National Football Post

It appears defensive tackle Paul Soliai's days in Miami are coming to an end.

Soliai's agent, David Canter, took to twitter Monday and wrote that his client will test the free agent market when it begins next week. When a Dolphins fan asked him if there was any good news to relay on Soliai, Canter wrote, "hell yes great news. Free agency starts this weekend."

Canter later wrote the same fan, "appreciate it. It's been a great 7 years in Miami sadly I think it's time to move on."

Canter then tweeted at Miami Herald reporter Armando Salguero, telling him the franchise tag wasn't likely to come Soliai's way.

"[W]as told multiple times by FO that wasn't going to happen but with the NFL & Dolphins you never really know til deadline," Canter wrote.

Soliai was a fourth-round draft pick out of Utah. He's spent all eight of his NFL seasons with the Dolphins. In 2013, Soliai totaled 34 combined tackles, one sack and five pass deflections.

For his career, he has 160 combined tackles, 4.5 sacks and 12 pass deflections.

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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun.

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