Here are the Miami Dolphins news stories you may have missed over the last 24 hours:
PEYTON MANNING CHASE:
NFL.com news: Dolphins must come out swinging to connect with Manning
With all the attention focused on Peyton Manning's visits in Arizona and Denver, Jeff Darlington points out that one of the NFL's proudest organizations will still get its moment.
Fan voice: Do you believe the Miami Dolphins can still sign Peyton Manning? – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
Thanks to daylight savings time, Miami Dolphins fans are one hour closer to learning Peyton Manning’s final destination.
Dolphins fans feeling nervous about Peyton Manning, while NFL churns ahead with league business | The Daily Dolphin
Peyton Watch: Manning is in Arizona this afternoon, the second leg of his tour to find a new team. In the meantime, Dolphins fans are chewing fingernails and wondering if their team will even get a shot at speaking to Manning.
Peyton Manning reportedly leaning toward Denver Broncos or Arizona Cardinals - Miami Dolphins - MiamiHerald.com
ESPN said Peyton Manning is most interested in Denver and Arizona, but a team source said the Dolphins still hope to meet with the quarterback.
Peyton Manning reportedly will make free-agent decision by Tuesday - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN
Peyton Manning reportedly will make free-agent decision by Tuesday.
Peyton Manning meets with Arizona Cardinals but sources say no contract talk - ESPN
Manning has no firm visits planned with other teams but could talk independently with other coaches, such as Joe Philbin of the Miami Dolphins, sources said.
Dolphins still in play for Peyton | ProFootballTalk
Contrary to the Scheftersen report from Sunday that the Broncos and Cardinals have emerged as the leaders for the services of Peyton Manning, our pal Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports that the Dolphins are still very much alive.
DOLPHINS SALARY CAP:
NFL salary cap set, Dolphins have about $14 million to spend – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
The NFL is on the eve of unleashing a new year (YEAH!) and it begins by setting the budget for every NFL team, which is $120.6 million.
PHINSIDER NEWS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:
Miami Dolphins All-Time Top 100 Players: 66. Jay Fiedler - The Phinsider
Jay Fiedler was saddled with the difficult task of following in the footsteps of a legend. He posted a 36-23 record as Miami's starting quarterback over five seasons.
New Era Releases Images of Draft Day Hat - The Phinsider
The NFL's new draft day hates from New Era were previewed today. A Miami Dolphins fans poll of how they like the hats.
The 2012 Matty Awards - Voting Part 4 - The Phinsider
The 2012 Matty Awards - Voting Part 4
Phinsider Poll: Your Favorite Offensive Tackle in the 2012 NFL Draft - The Phinsider
A poll to determine the offensive tackle prospect whom Dolphins fans most want to see in Miami next season.