Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 3/16/12

Matt Flynn will be paying the Dolphins a visit.

Here are the Miami Dolphins news stories you may have missed over the last 24 hours:


Miami Dolphins: What’s THE HOLD UP!!!!!! – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
Peyton Manning better never EVER, EVER, EVER criticize Brett Favre for his inability to make a decision.

Miami Dolphins had to enlist Dan Marino to get a meeting with Peyton Manning | The Daily Dolphin
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross wanted Peyton Manning in the worst way, and it’s hard to blame him.


Report: Miami Dolphins turn attention away from Peyton Manning, schedule visit with Matt Flynn | The Daily Dolphin
The Dolphins reportedly have come to grips with the fact that they won’t land Peyton Manning, and will instead focus their attention on contingency plan Matt Flynn.

Peyton Manning might be a lost cause for Miami Dolphins but Matt Flynn is coming to visit
Peyton Manning never has had the Miami Dolphins at the top of his list of suitors, according to several reports this week. With Manning likely to choose among Tennessee, Denver and Arizona, the Dolphins on Thursday turned their attention further to Matt Flynn.

Getting Flynn at right price as important as getting him | Miami Dolphins In Depth
The question today is apparently not whether the Dolphins will try to sign Matt Flynn. It seems if the team gets a chance to sign the Green Bay free agent backup quarterback, that is exactly what will happen.


Miami Dolphins re-sign tailback Steve Slaton – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
The Miami Dolphins have re-signed versatile tailback Steve Slaton to a one-year contract.


Miami Dolphins add offensive lineman Artis Hicks – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
The Miami Dolphins have signed Artis Hicks, a veteran offensive lineman. Hicks visited the team on Thursday and his agent, JR Rickert, tweeted out that he signed a one-year deal with the Dolphins.


Miami Dolphins: Check out Davone Bess’ new look – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
It seems the Miami Dolphins aren’t the only ones doing some remodeling.

Please understand this is one of the deepest receiver drafts in a decade. Joe Philbin prefers to draft his style of receivers.

Omar Kelly

2012 NFL DRAFT: Ryan Tannehill NFL Draft Interview
One of the most debated prospects in the 2012 NFL Draft class is Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill. The wide receiver turned quarterback has emerged as the third-rated signal-caller in the draft and looks like he will be selected in the top half of the first round on April 26.

NFLDraft note: Pitt RB Zach Brown has a private workout with the Dolphins on April 5

Ben Volin


2012 NFL Draft: Tannehill's stock rising? - The Phinsider
Is Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill's draft stock rising in the wake of NFL free agency? One source believes it could be.

Miami Dolphins All-Time Top 100 Players: 62. Howard Twilley - The Phinsider
Howard Twilley, while never a number one option, was a flanker/wide reciever for the Miami Dolphins from their inception in 1966 through three Super Bowls and a perfect season.

Who's it going to be? - The Phinsider
Who will be the Miami Dolphins' quarterback in 2012? A poll to determine the favorite candidate at this point.

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