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.
The Miami Dolphins and Jacksonville Jaguars are working on a trade involving offensive tackle Branden Albert and tight end Julius Thomas, but hurdles remain.
Three quarterbacks in the first 13 picks and a couple of surprise top-10 selections cause some talented players to drop in Chad Reuter's four-round mock draft.
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.
Dolphins G Laremy Tunsil stepped in to start at left guard for the Miami Dolphins and immediately helped improve a mediocre unit, specifically on the left side. Miami improved their separation allowed from the quarterback on the left side of the line (left of center) this season as compared to last ...
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Dave Dameshek is joined by Handsome Hank and Ike Taylor to discuss who they think the Patriots should play in the 2017 kickoff game, the Patriots' "Blitz for Six" trademark and Byron Maxwell's comments about the Dolphins' secondary. Also, in this edition of "Half Empty, Half Full" the fellas ...
Draft position: Round 1, No. 13 overall. Tunsil spent 12 games at guard and two at tackle, finishing with three holding penalties and 1.5 sacks allowed. He'll eventually be the starting left tackle in Miami .
The last time we saw the Miami Dolphins , their secondary was chasing after Antonio Brown. But Byron Maxwell says that, come next year, his unit will be chasing the Legion of Boom.