The Dolphins are expected to make a "big splash" in free agency, per NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. Might Miami make a run at stud nose tackle Brandon Williams or cornerback A.J. Bouye?
The Miami Dolphins are in the process of trading offensive tackle Branden Albert to the Jacksonville Jaguars. At this stage, however, tight end Julius Thomas won't be part of an initial deal.
Former Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Earl Mitchell was released earlier this week, but he's already receiving interest from four teams, according to NFL Network's Mike Garafolo.
Miami Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake signed a two-year contract worth up to $18 million that keep him in South Beach through the 2018 season, per NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported that the Dolphins have had trade discussions with the Jaguars, per sources informed of the talks, regarding a Branden Albert-Julius Thomas swap.
Julius Thomas will be reunited with Adam Gase. The Jaguars tight end will be traded to the Dolphins , a source informed of the pending move told NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.
Can A.J. Bouye further Tennessee's rise? Will Eddie Lacy be the Pats' new LeGarrette Blount? How would Calais Campbell look in silver and black? Gregg Rosenthal has a fun move for each AFC team.
Free agency has yet to arrive, and even the scouting combine is still a couple of weeks away, but that hasn't stopped NFL teams from trimming the fat. Catch up with the latest notable cuts.
Gregg Rosenthal eyes 30 AFC players who look like candidates for release, from Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles to more surprising names like Jets WR Brandon Marshall and Bills RB LeSean McCoy.
The Dolphins are moving on from some notable names. Defensive end Mario Williams is among a trio of players heading for free agency after Miami cut them loose Thursday.
Dave Dameshek, Handsome Hank and Ike Taylor talk about Byron Maxwell's comparison of the Dolphins' 2017 secondary to the "Legion of Boom" and determine how good their defense could be next season.