Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 3/17/12

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


Dave Hyde | Sun Sentinel blogs | Draft Winds: What the Dolphins want in a receiver
Draft Winds offers a Dolphin-centric view of the upcoming NFL draft through the analytic minds and detailed writing of Universal Draft experts Simon Clancy, Chris Kouffman and Richard Lines. Draft Winds has been a weekly regular on my blog in recent years. The Twitter accounts of the writers are @siclancy, @ckparrot and @riclines.) In today's chapter, Simon discusses the Peyton Manning situation before looking at what the Dolphins will be looking for in a receiver. -- Dave Hyde


Dolphins Sign OL Artis Hicks, TE Mastrud
After addressing the defensive side of the ball yesterday with the re-signing of nose tackle Paul Soliai and the addition of defensive back Richard Marshall, the Miami Dolphins turned to the offensive line today. Miami signed free agent offensive lineman Artis Hicks, most recently of the Cleveland Browns. Additionally tight end Jeron Mastrud has signed an exclusive right contract with the team.

Miami Dolphins hope for weekend signing of Matt Flynn - Miami Dolphins -
After missing out on Peyton Manning, the Dolphins hope they can lure Matt Flynn to Miami in the next couple of days.

Mark Anderson visits Miami Dolphins – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
Free agent defensive end Mark Anderson visited the Miami Dolphins on Friday, according to a team spokesman.

NFL Videos: On the clock: Dolphins
With Peyton Manning out of the picture, has Matt Flynn become priority No. 1 in Miami? Find out how the Dolphins will move forward on "Path to the Draft."

Time for Miami Dolphins to go all-in on Matt Flynn | The Daily Dolphin
The Peyton Watch is officially over. While it became clear this week that the Dolphins weren’t going to be Peyton Manning’s destination — especially when it took the efforts of Dan Marino to help secure an interview – the NFL Network reported Friday morning that Manning made it official yesterday, calling the Dolphins personally to tell them no.


Miami Dolphins: Projected seven-round mock draft – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
Most people expect the team they love to go wild and crazy in free agency. But truth is being a big spender during this process is the easiest way to put a franchise on the fast track to mediocrity because most of the free agents that hit the open market are either overpriced, or damaged goods.


Miami Dolphins All-Time Top 100 Players: 61. Earnest Rhone - The Phinsider
Earnest Rhone appeared in 116 games for Miami over nine seasons at inside linebacker. He totalled 559 tackles for the defense, Killer "B" or otherwise.

2012 NFL Free Agency Weekly Recap: How did the Miami Dolphins do? - The Phinsider
2012 NFL Free Agency: Winners, Losers, and a recap of the state of the Miami Dolphins.

A Look at New Miami Dolphins DB Richard Marshall - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins signed Richard Marshall this past Wednesday to a three year deal. The lead blogger at Revenge of the BIrds stops by to tell us about the new DB in Miami.

No Brandon Marshall? No Problem ... - The Phinsider
Is Brandon Marshall's exit really such a bad thing for a Dolphins offense looking to embrace its inner Packer? A look at why the Dolphins can take a big leap forward with some of the receiver prospects in the 2012 NFL Draft

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