DOLPHINS OFFENSIVE LINE:
Can Jake Long still be elite player for Miami Dolphins? - NFL.com
Tackle Jake Long wants $11 million per year. Is he worth it?
Tackle Eric Winston among free-agent options for Miami Dolphins | www.palmbeachpost.com
The NFL’s free agency period begins at 4 p.m. Tuesday, and it’s hard to turn on the TV or surf the internet without reading about the Dolphins and their chances of landing receiver Mike Wallace, believed to be the best receiver available and the speedy answer to the Dolphins’ scoring woes.
Interest in Eric Winston makes sense for Dolphins | Miami Dolphins In Depth
When Eric Winston was released by the Houston Texans last year he visited the Dolphins and that made sense because the club was looking for a good right tackle to replace Turnstile Colombo.
Dolphins free agency: Chris Houston may come with reasonable cover charge - Miami Dolphins - MiamiHerald.com
With Sean Smith possibly on his way out, unheralded Chris Houston is a cornerback option for the Dolphins who could also be affordable.
ESPN: Dolphins making calls about Charles Woodson | Miami Dolphins In Depth
A few weeks ago the Green Bay Packers cut safety Charles Woodson, a likely future Hall of Fame candidate, in order to clear salary cap space. That made Woodson a free agent able to sign with any team he likes....
Dolphins have eyes on Cyprien, Tourek Williams | Miami Dolphins In Depth
Last week I guess I went on something of a mini blog rant about how the Dolphins need to do a better job of identifying, scouting and picking up local college talent because it's embarrassing when other NFL teams come...
PHINSIDER NEWS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:
Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 3/7/13 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include the Dolphins really want Mike Wallace, David Garrard is open to coming back, and reasonable expectations are needed for this offseason.
The second defensive group of our list of 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 Kansas City Chiefs surprised a lot of people yesterday when they released offensive tackle Eric Winston after just one year with the team. Last offseason, the Miami Dolphins showed interest in Winston. Could they again this offseason?
Reports today state the Miami Dolphins are one of the "multiple teams" to inquire about the services of free agent safety Charles Woodson. Woodson was released by the Green Bay Packers about three weeks ago and can sign with any team.
Miami Dolphins All Pro left tackle Jake Long, set to hit free agency next week, has received a clean bill of health from Dr. James Andrews. Andrews conducted surgery on a torn triceps muscle that ended Long's 2012 season early.
In a real twist, the sports media outlet that typically has nothing to offer Dolphins fans recently posted a Greg Jennings analysis piece that every Dolphins fan should read.