Dolphins released WR Chad Johnson.
This is probably it for Chad in the NFL. Released following a domestic violence arrest wherein he was accused of headbutting his wife, Johnson's one-year deal included no guaranteed money and the Dolphins are off the hook for that contract. While Johnson still has NFL-caliber quickness, his downfield separation skills have evaporated and he's too much of a locker-room liability for any team to seriously consider at age 34. Johnson's release leaves behind Davone Bess, Legedu Naanee, Roberto Wallace, and injured Brian Hartline as Miami's top four wide receivers. We like what we've seen of rookie Ryan Tannehill so far, but any quarterback would struggle throwing to that group.
Source: Jay Glazer on Twitter