Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including Brian Hartline and the Dolphins believe they can reach a deal soon.
Miami Dolphins’ owner Stephen Ross might want to buy an MLS... | www.palmbeachpost.com
Could Major League Soccer be returning to South Florida? A report from Sports Illustrated this weekend said that MLS commissioner Don Garber is pushing hard for an expansion team for the area, specifically to be owned by Dolphins owner Stephen Ross.
DOLPHINS WIDE RECEIVERS:
Report: Hartline, Dolphins think they can get deal done | ProFootballTalk
With defensive tackle Randy Starks getting the franchise tag from the Dolphins on Monday, the team's other free agents took another step toward hitting the open market next week.
DOLPHINS OFFENSIVE LINE:
Fewer LTs on the market, but solutions still available to Dolphins | Miami Dolphins In Depth
The franchise tag deadline has come and gone and two offensive left tackles were designated as practically untouchable by their teams. Ryan Clady in Denver and Branden Albert in Kansas City are two of the eight players carrying the franchise...
Dolphins might be better off without CB Sean Smith, LT Jake Long, RB Reggie Bush. - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
The Miami Dolphins might be wise to allow three key free agents to depart.
DOLPHINS DEFENSIVE LINE:
Randy Starks gets Miami Dolphins' franchise tag - NFL.com
Defensive tackle Randy Starks probably could have made a lot of money on the free-agent market, but he'll be staying with the Miami Dolphins for at least another season.
Starks to be Dolphins franchise player ... what that means | Miami Dolphins In Depth
The Miami Dolphins intend to place the franchise tag on defensive tackle Randy Starks. It is not a surprise. Indeed, it is the only logical move the team could make as the team's other looming free agents -- Sean Smith,...
Miami Dolphins have less than $37 million in salary cap space after placing franchise tag on DT Randy Starks | The Daily Dolphin
The Dolphins had until 4 p.m. to make a decision on the franchise tag, but wasted little time on Monday, designating DT Randy Starks with the franchise tag
PHINSIDER NEWS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:
Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 3/4/13 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include Randy Starks willing to give a discount, franchise tag, and is Jake Long asking for too much?
Franchise Tag Deadline Today - The Phinsider
The NFL's franchise tag deadline is later this afternoon. By 4pm ET today, all 32 NFL teams, including the Miami Dolphins, will have made a decision on using the tag this year or not.
The fifth group of our looks at the players available in free agency this year. We will go position by position until we have built our entire free agency list. From there, we will be able to track every free agent signing this year.
The Miami Dolphins today utilized the franchise tag, keeping Pro Bowl defensive tackle Randy Starks with the team through 2013. The tag will pay Starks $8.306 million guaranteed for the season.
The Miami Dolphins placed the franchise tag on defensive tackle Randy Starks today. The team enetered the day with around $45 million in salary cap space before the $8.45 million to Starks. Where does that leave the team now?
The Miami Dolphins hit defensive tackle Randy Starks with the franchise tag this morning. With that tag, the Dolphins may have taken themselves out of the hunt for defensive help in free agency. But, that doesn't mean they aren't looking offense.
The Kansas City Chiefs had a busy day on Monday, re-signing multiple players and placing the franchise tag on tackle Brandon Albert. These moves directly effect the Miami Dolphins offseason.