Dion Jordan is outie. He's not coming back. They'd cut him next year and NEVER look back methinks.
The good news is that despite the touchdown, Cameron's been a disaster this year for the purpose he was brought in for (pass-catching) so he's likely to earn a much smaller deal than the current 9.5 million he's slated for, and cutting him will save us enough money on the cap by himself to draft a rookie class. I'd love to see Sims/Stonenbruner get shots at the full-time gigs, Miami has more pressing needs elsewhere.
The biggest problem next year is that Vernon is a free agent, and people will pay him some big money. I guess in theory you could cut Wake (8.5 million saved) and give Vernon that salary slot, maybe pushing some of Vernon's cap hit down the road. But now you're talking about status-quo, and Miami desperately needs a second corner that's better than replacement value, some linebacking (Paysinger and Sheppard are Free Agents), and a useful swing tackle not named Jason Fox (who ideally could swap in at guard as well).
If replacement players can be found for the potential cuts, the Miami cap situation isn't as dire as I thought it was initially. Fox, Cameron, and Jordan cuts alone give about 10 million in cap relief in 2016. 18 million is freed if you cut Wake, but I'm not sure that's going to be done unless Vernon comes in at decent money and Shelby is willing to come back on a slight raise.