LANDOVER, MD - SEPTEMBER 18: Defender Richard Marshall #31 of the Arizona Cardinals intercepts a pass intended for wide receiver Anthony Armstrong #13 of the Washington Redskins during the first half at FedExField on September 18, 2011 in Landover, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
Here are the Miami Dolphins news stories you may have missed over the last 24 hours:
BRANDON MARSHALL TRADE:
Did the Miami Dolphins pull a fast one on the Chicago Bears? - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
Three Things to consider after the Miami Dolphins traded a Pro Bowl wide receiver for a pair of third-round draft picks:
PEYTON MANNING CHASE:
Miami Dolphins: Dolphins think they're in Peton Manning chase - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
As the Dolphins wait for Peyton Manning, the price of Matt Flynn drops. And his questions rise.
DOLPHINS FREE AGENCY:
Tracking the Dolphins’ Unrestricted Free Agents " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
Here is a list of the Dolphins’ 2012 Unrestricted Free Agent class, updated with information on if players have re-signed or signed elsewhere
Miami Dolphins re-sign nose tackle Paul Soliai, but does it take them out of running for Peyton Manning? | The Daily Dolphin
The Dolphins beat out the Denver Broncos for a free agent. No, not Peyton Manning. Instead, nose tackle Paul Soliai canceled a scheduled visit to Denver.
Late wrap: Soliai in, Laurent Robinson out, more stuff ... | Miami Dolphins In Depth
The recap so far: Paul Soliai was scheduled to board a late afternoon flight to Denver today. He never boarded and instead signed a two-year contract worth $12 million.
Miami Dolphins bolster secondary with 3-year deal for former Arizona Cardinals CB Richard Marshall | The Daily Dolphin
The Dolphins finished a long day of tryouts and negotiations by signing six-year veteran defensive back Richard Marshall to a three-year contract.
Reports: Chad Henne signs with Jacksonville Jaguars – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
Chad Henne signed a two-year contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars on Wednesday, according multiple reports.