The NFL Preseason is complete for the Miami Dolphins Jesse Davis Jersey , which means it is time for the most painful part of the summer - NFL roster cuts. The team has to be down to the 53-man roster limit the league uses for the regular season by 4pm Eastern on Saturday. After a relatively quiet Friday, with only three cuts leaking along with a trade, Saturday will become busy for Miami. The Dolphins will have some tough decisions to make over the next few hours. Will Brock Osweiler’s performance against the Atlanta Falcons be enough to push him onto the roster? Will that mean David Fales falls off of the roster despite looking like the favorite for the second-string quarterback position most of the summer? How does Miami deal with some really talented depth along the defensive line - possibly cutting some players who could make an impact this year if they were kept? Do players like Jake Brendel, who has not been able to practice most of the summer, or Tony Lippett, who is still working his way back into game shape, make the roster?We will track everything throughout the next couple of days, with all of it consolidated here in one place.Important linksDolphins rosterDolphins 2018 season previewDolphins 53-man roster predictionRoster Size (as of 10:18am, September 1)Final Preseason Game: 90 playersCurrent Roster Size: 83 playersCuts Remaining: 30 playersDolphins roster cuts (updated as they happen)Greg Joseph, kicker - per Barry JacksonFrank Ginda, linebacker - per Barry JacksonTRADE: Jordan Lucas to Chiefs for 7th round pickGavin Escobar, tight end - per Mike GarafoloJonathan Alston, cornerback - per Barry JacksonClaudy Mathieu, defensive end - per Barry JacksonCayson Collins, linebacker - per Barry JacksonTerrence Garvin, linebacker - per Adam BeasleyDrew Morgan, wide receiver - per Jason LieserAnthony Moten, defensive tackle - per Barry JacksonDavid Steinmetz, offensive tackle - per Barry JacksonTony Lippett, cornerback - per Ian RapoportMike Matthews Authentic Bobby McCain Jersey , center - per Jason LieserLeonte Carroo, wide receiver - per Craig MishIsaiah Ford, wide receiver - per Craig MishIsaac Asiata, guard - per barry jacksonErick Smith, tackle - per barry jacksonFrancis Owusu, wide receiver - per Joe SchadBuddy Howell, running back - per Barry JacksonThomas Duarte, tight end - per Barry JacksonQuincy Redmon, defensive end - per Barry JacksonRashawn Scott, wide receiver - per Omar KellyJonathan Woodard, defensive end - per Barry JacksonJalen Davis, cornerback - per Barry JacksonKendall Langford, defensive tackle - per Armando SalgueroLucas Gravelle. long snapper - per Lucas GravelleCameron Malveaux, defensive end - per Barry JacksonMalcolm Lewis, wide receiver - per Barry JacksonBrandon Radcliff, running back - per Barry JacksonQuentin Poling, linebacker - per Barry JacksonTrae Elston, Safety - per Miami DolphinsConnor Hilland, Center -per Miami DolphinsRoubbens Joseph, Offensive Tackle - per Miami DolphinsJeremy Langford Youth Jakeem Grant Jersey , Running Back - per Miami DolphinsJamiyus Pittman, Defensive Tackle - per Miami DolphinsTaveze Calhoun, Cornerback - per Miami DolphinsBryce Petty, Quarterback - per Miami DolphinsDolphins roster cuts rumors (updated as the happen)Undrafted free agent kicker Greg Jospeh appears to be saying goodbye to the Dolphins.Dolphins 2017 ScheduleWeek 1 (Sep 9) - vs. Tennessee TitansWeek 2 (Sep 16) - @ New York JetsWeek 3 (Sep 23) - vs. Oakland RaidersWeek 4 (Sep 30) - @ New England PatriotsWeek 5 (Oct 7) - @ Cincinnati BengalsWeek 6 (Oct 14) - vs. Chicago BearsWeek 7 (Oct 21) - vs. Detroit LionsWeek 8 (Oct 25) - @ Houston Texans (TNF)Week 9 (Nov 4) - vs. New York JetsWeek 10 (Nov 11) - @ Green Bay PackersWeek 11 - BYEWeek 12 (Nov 25) - @ Indianapolis ColtsWeek 13 (Dec 2) - vs. Buffalo BillsWeek 14 (Dec 9) - vs. New England PatriotsWeek 15 (Dec 16) - @ Minnesota VikingsWeek 16 (Dec 23) - vs. Jacksonville JaguarsWeek 17 (Dec 30) - @ Buffalo BillsDolphins roster no longer top heavy What a difference one offseason can make. At this time last year, many Miami Dolphins fans were vehemently debating what the team should do with wide receiver Jarvis Landry and lamenting defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh’s nosebleed salary cap number. Today, Landry is a member of the Cleveland Browns and Suh is at least partially responsible for fellow defensive tackle Aaron Donald’s contract holdout with the Los Angeles Rams. Recognizing th at no interior defensive lineman, even if he’s one of the top two players at his position in the game, should be the highest paid player on your team, the Dolphins acquired Rams defensive end Robert Quinn, who has replaced Suh as Miami’s best paid player. With a 2018 cap number of $11.4 million, Quinn is still going to make about $3 million less than Suh (who also took a hefty pay cut to join the Rams), is two years younger and figures to give the team more sacks as a proven outside pass rusher. The single biggest reason why the Miami Dolphins have not been a major threat to the rest of the league since Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino retired is largely the same reason they didn’t win much when Marino was playing: the team has repeatedly committed the cardinal sin of trying to use a few great players to cover up a lot of bad players. There was a time in the National Football League when a top flight quarterback could win a title almost by himself. Unfortunately, that era ended ten or fifteen years before Marino arrived in Miami in 1983. Since Marino retired after 1999, the Dolphins have faced the double-barreled issue of not having a franchise quarterback, while also having too many average players on the team. Mercifully, this appears to be finally coming to an end. Rather than having one or two players that the opposition can line up to stop, forcing Miami to use other guys who aren’t up to the task, the Dolphins seem to have finally moved into the twenty first century, from a strategic standpoint.Generally speaking, the topics which tend to create the most controversy and debate are those in which more than one argument can be considered valid. Case in point: Landry. Those who say that Landry’s production can be gotten from other players are right http://www.dolphinsauthorizedshops.c...-taylor-jersey , yet, others who point out that if Miami had any other players who could do for them what Jarvis did, those guys would have been contributing more to the offense the past few years, are also right. For whatever reason, when Landry was on the team, defenses would sit back and let him catch the ball, then immediately tackle him for a short gain, knowing that eventually a drive killing sack or penalty would probably come their way. I, for one, am very pleased that Landry is gone. Not because he wasn’t a good player but because he wasn’t the class guy that Cameron Wake, Ryan Tannehill and, to some extent, even Suh was, to justify paying him the kind of salary he wanted. There comes a time when you have to decide who is going to comprise the nucleus of your football team, and the Dolphins’ front office decided that they didn’t want Landry as part of that nucleus. All you have to do is listen to his expletive laced tirade with the Browns this week to confirm that Tannenbaum, Gase and Grier made the right choice there. Teams have to let good players leave and continue to win without them all the time. That’s life in the NFL, folks.Today, the Dolphins are younger, cheaper, faster and more athletic Mike Gesicki Jersey , and in more than forty years following this team, I can’t remember a time when they’ve made more moves that I approved of. As always, my mantra is, ‘Well coached players on offense, stud athletes on defense’, and as most of you know, I’m here to champion defensive football, because defensive football wins championships. The Dolphins have gotten serious about upgrading that side of the ball the past couple of years, and I think Gase deserves a lot of credit for it. For a head coach who comes from an offensive background, that takes guts. It also demonstrates that he intends to be the coach of the Dolphins for quite a while. Best of all, the team is no longer being held hostage by bad contracts, and can replace underperforming players each offseason as they see fit, without having to dump salaries. It’s an exciting time to be a Dolphin fan, which is why, despite living in Chicago, I’ve actually been able to wear a cap with the team’s logo on it for the first time in many a year. Ten wins this season, guys; write it down.