Here are the Miami Dolphins news stories from around the web you may have missed over the last 24 hours:
Talking Points: Miami Dolphins picking up steam as favorite to land Peyton Manning | The Daily Dolphin
Happy Friday! Today is March 2, just six days before Mannegeddon -- the March 8 deadline in which the Colts have to either pay Peyton Manning a $28 million cut him loose.
Dolphins Offensive Line:
There's No Bullying Jake Long
Trying to bully Jake Long is probably the last thing anyone thought about during Long’s high school, middle school and elementary school days.
Dolphins Defensive Line:
Deadline bearing down on Miami Dolphins to make tough decision on Paul Soliai - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
Paul Soliai has served as a pillar of granite the past two seasons, anchoring the front line of the Miami Dolphins’ 3-4 defense, which has annually been one of the NFL’s best against the run.
2012 NFL Draft:
Riley Reiff to Dolphins at No. 8? Are you kidding? | Miami Dolphins In Depth
Riley Reiff is a good football player, OK? I have nothing against the offensive tackle from the University of Iowa. I have watched a couple of games in which he has played and he's always performed well enough. And that,...
NFL.com news: QB Stock Report: Cousins, Jefferson improve draft grades
Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III impressed at the combine even though they didn't throw. Which other QBs turned heads in Indy? Chad Reuter provides his quarterback risers, including Kirk Cousins.
Snead confirms that multiple teams have called about No. 2 pick | ProFootballTalk
Rams G.M. Les Snead has been making the radio rounds in the wake of the Scouting Combine (he'll join PFT Live on Monday). And Snead's talking points include talking about how the Rams have talked to more than one franchise regarding a possible trade of the No. 2 overall pick in the draft.
Two potential trade partners for Dolphins - AFC East Blog - ESPN
Earlier this week, we outlined the reasons the Miami Dolphins should strongly consider trading back from the No. 8 overall pick in April's NFL draft.