Dolphins cut Madison 

Dolphins cut Madison

The Miami Dolphins released Pro Bowl cornerback Sam Madison and three other players Wednesday to make room under the salary cap for the start of free agency.

Madison was due to make $3.42 million in base salary in 2006. Madison's release ends his nine-year career with the team. Madison was the first cornerback in the team's history to make the Pro Bowl and has 31 career interceptions, including two last season. He spent seven years opposite Patrick Surtain, who also went on to become a Pro Bowler and was traded to Kansas City last season.

Also cut backup were cornerback Reggie Howard, left tackle Damion McIntosh and strong safety Tebucky Jones. The cuts put the Dolphins under the $94.5 million salary cap, assuming there will be no extension of the league's collective bargaining agreement.

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