Akeem Spence is on the move.
Spence was a former fourth-round pick by the Buccaneers in the 2013 NFL Draft. However, the club has not said if it will continue to run a four-three defensive front next season or switch to a three-four front, which head coach Matt Patricia used while with the New England Patriots.
Miami released defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh earlier this offseason and had not brought in another player at the position, either via free agency or the draft, this offseason until Thursday's trade.
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The Dolphins inherit a contract that originally was scheduled to pay Spence a $3.15 million base salary this season and a $2.15 million base salary in 2019.
The Dolphins also have 2015 second-round pick Jordan Phillips and 2017 draft picks Davon Godchaux and Vincent Taylor, who went in the fifth and sixth rounds, respectively.
Spence, 26, played one season for the Lions and had a career high 39 tackles while tying a career high with three sacks and forced one fumble.