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Free Agency: Options Remain at Tackle and Corner

It's fair to say that the Miami Dolphins have been aggressive this offseason. But don't expect the spending to stop any time soon, with quality free agents still on the market.

Free Agent Defensive End Market Drying Up

With Elvis Dumervil and Osi Umenyiora reportedly close to joining other teams this weekend, will the Dolphins make a late push for a pass rusher in free agency?

Your Chance to Play GM for a Day

With the beginning of free agency set to begin in a matter of hours, which free agents would you like the Miami Dolphins to sign?

Excitement, Hysteria and Disappointment

With Davie in lockdown, many of us are left wondering: can Jeff Ireland actually land his top free agent targets?


Matty's Ideal Offseason 2013

Hey everyone! I know it's been a while since I checked in here at the site. Been busy - but not too busy to read the blog. I'm like many of you out there - probably do more reading of Kevin and...

Brian Hartline: Deal or No Deal?

One of the most hotly contested topics this offseason among Miami Dolphins fans has been the future of our very own Brian Hartline. Out of contract going into the 2013 season, Hartline wants to get...

Miami Dolphins Free Agency Watch: Gosder Cherilus

Every week I will be taking a sneak peak into some of the more realistic options hitting the free agency market this offseason. These will be high impact players that should come in and fill some...

Report: Jake Long wants "at least" $10 million annually


ProFootball Talk relays a report from Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald stating that Jake Long is believed to be seeking "at least $10 million a year" and the Fins are "pessimistic" about their chances of retaining him. The Dolphins may be willing to offer that much money per year, but much of it will have to come in the form of incentives relating to health and performance. If Long is demanding that much in base salaries, then don't expect to see him back with the Dolphins next year based on the latest reports on negotiations.

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