DOLPHINS FREE AGENCY:
Tampering begins: Top 3 in areas of need for Dolphins | Miami Dolphins In Depth
Let the tampering begin! At noon, NFL teams were actually within their rights to start negotiating with players on other teams. Yes, that's actually been going on for weeks, but you know the game (wink, wink). The Dolphins need offensive...
Miami Dolphins free agency: Albert over Monroe? No offers for Starks or Soliai | The Daily Dolphin
With Baltimore still far apart in talks with left tackle Eugene Monroe, and Miami having $35 million to spend and desperately needing someone to fill the spot,
Dolphins loading up for another big free agency score | ProFootballTalk
A year ago, the Dolphins made a huge splash in free agency, signing three guys to $125 million worth of contracts on the first day. They might make an equivalent ripple this year, or it might be bigger because of the sheer size of the free agents involved.
3 p.m. update: Dolphins reach out to four prominent veteran linemen; Marlins, Heat, Canes | Sports Buzz
Branden Albert (who appears to be very, very high on Miami's wish list) and Eugene Monroe aren't the only veteran offensive linemen attracting Dolphins interest early in free agency. Two other names have emerged today. The Dolphins also have expressed strong interest in St. Louis guard/tackle Rodger Saffold -- something...
Report: Miami Dolphins target three offensive linemen - NFL.com
New Miami Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey is determined to rebuild his offensive line. The team reportedly reached out to Eugene Monroe, Jared Veldheer and Rodger Saffold on Saturday.
PHINSIDER NEWS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:
Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 3/8/14 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours.Today's articles include the Dolphins Public Relations department has some changes, offensive line options, and running back options in the draft for Miami.
2014 Miami Dolphins needs, free agents, draft, and more - Linebackers - The Phinsider
A look at the Miami Dolphins roster heading into the NFL's 2014 Free Agency period. We break down the team's needs, the top players available, and what could happen. This morning, we continue with the linebackers this morning.
2014 NFL Free Agents: Players who will be overpaid - The Phinsider
The "legal tampering" period for the NFL begins today, with teams and agents able to start talking. NFL.com this week took a look at the market and developed a list of 10 players who will likely be overpaid this free agency period.
Miami Dolphins Top Targets: Albert, Saffold, and Monroe - The Phinsider
The Miami Herald's Barry Jackson reports that, with the "legal tampering" period begun, the Dolphins have reached out to LT Branden Albert, OG/OT Roger Saffold, and LT Eugene Monroe, with LT Jared Veldheer viewed as a "fallback option"