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Jeff Ireland landed the one that could not get away. He landed Mike Wallace. So how does the Dolphins general manager feel about that? He's pleased. "We are pleased to reach an agreement with Mike Wallace," Ireland said in a...
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Can Lamar Miller replace Reggie Bush? - AFC East Blog - ESPN
The changing of the guard at tailback in Miami was nearly a year in the making. Following Day 3 of the 2012 NFL draft, Miami Dolphins general manager
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Andy Cohen: Wallace Is The Perfect Fit For This Team
Breaking down this huge free agent signing and what it means to the Dolphins
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Starks Happy To Be Back In A Dolphins Uniform
Pro Bowl defensive tackle sees big things ahead for D-line.
Dolphins linebacker restructuring continues with ex-Raider Philip Wheeler - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
The Miami Dolphins completed a whirlwind Tuesday open to free agency and massive linebacker restructuring by signing outside backer Philip Wheeler from the Raiders .
Miami Dolphins rebuild linebacker unit - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
"Never put off tomorrow what you can do today." - Thomas Jefferson.
Miami Dolphins have re-signed Chris Clemons - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
The Miami Dolphins have re-signed starting free safety Chris Clemons to a one-year deal, according to league sources.
Don't ignore the Dolphins' interest in safety Charles Woodson. - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
Dolphins' interest in safety Charles Woodson is intriguing.
Miami Dolphins reach deals with Mike Wallace, Dannell Ellerbe,... | www.palmbeachpost.com
His team’s fan base is restless after four straight losing seasons, but Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland made one thing clear Tuesday, the day that free agency started: He’s not messing around this offseason.
Dave George: In landing Mike Wallace and Dannell Ellerbe,... | www.palmbeachpost.com
Something was holding me back at the start of this column on Mike Wallace, the latest, greatest answer to Miami’s need for a corner-torching wide receiver.
Miami Dolphins to work out star West Virginia receiver Tavon Austin - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
Explosive WR could bolster Dolphins' team speed
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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 3/12/13 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include Mike Wallace could be a Dolphins soon, the same goes for Jared Cook, and Stephen Ross can't afford to strikeout this offseason.
As of midnight last night, the NFL's first 72-hour "legal tampering" period ended. Did anyone even notice it? The NFL opened up a negotiating window, then threatened the teams to not come to deals. So, what was the point? No one knows.
We've all heard the rumors and rumblings over the last 72 hours: Mike Wallace is a supposed lock to sign with the Dolphins sometime after the NFL's 2013 Free Agency period opens on Tuesday afternoon. Will Wallace make the switch to aqua and orange?
The NFL will start the craziness of the free agent signing period later this afternoon. Before we get there, here's a look at the Miami Dolphins roster as it stands, as well as where the team could be looking and how much salary cap space they have.
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?
Free agency starts in just a few hours. Before we get there, here's a look back at some of the worst free agent signings in team history.
Free agency starts in just a few hours. After looking at the five worst signings in Miami history, we now look at better things. Here are the top 10 free agent signings for the Miami Dolphins.
The Dolphins are expected to make a lot of noise once free agency opens next week. But which positions should MIami look to fortify and who specifically should they target? Kevin Nogle of The Phinsider breaks down what the potential Miami plan.
Obviously, the focus leading up to the start of free agency this week is on the players the Miami Dolphins may bring to town. However, the other side of the equation holds the players that could be leaving town. Here's a run down of those players.
NFL.com asked their analysts to predict where several of the top free agents could be headed once free agency starts in about 30 minutes. Here is a look at some of those predictions - with a decidedly Miami Dolphins flavor.
NFL free agency is officially underway, with teams now able to sign any player with an expiring contract. We’ve heard rumors for a few weeks, with the Dolphins targeting several different players this week. But, who will be the first to sign?
The Kansas City Chiefs are expected to sign tight end Anthony Fasano today. Fasano spent the last five seasons with the Miami Dolphins.
According to NFL Network, free agent wide receiver Mike Wallace is in Miami and is heading to the Miami Dolphins facility. Could he sign a new contract with the Dolphins while there? Stay tuned for more as it's available.
The Miami Dolphins have made their first strike in the NFL’s 2013 free agency period, agreeing to terms with coveted wide receiver Mike Wallace. Wallace will immediately upgrade the Dolphins’ receiving corps.
Earlier today, the Miami Dolphins added Mike Wallace to their roster, signing their top free agent target. How does the signing impact the Dolphins offensive depth chart? Here’s a look.
Earlier today, the Miami Dolphins agreed to terms with wide receiver Mike Wallace in free agency, landing the team’s top target and giving a much needed receiving weapon to second year quarterback Ryan Tannehill. What are the fan’s thoughts?
The Miami Dolphins landed their top free agency target today, agreeing to terms with wide receiver Mike Wallace. However, the team is not done in free agency and is now pursuing tight end Jared Cook.
The Miami Dolphins have agreed to terms with linebacker Dannell Ellerbe. Elerbe spent his first four years in the league with the Baltimore Ravens.
The Miami Dolphins have been on a spending spree today, landing Mike Wallace, Dannell Elerbe, and Chris Clemons. Now, word comes out of Davie that the team will release linebacker Karlos Dansby.
Today has been insane around the Miami Dolphins, with the signing of Mike Wallace and Dannell Ellerbe. However, the team missed out on one targeted deal today, as tight end Jared Cook chose to sign with the St. Louis Rams.
The Dolphins have landed their man in signing the premier wide receiver on the open market. Mike Wallace is headed to Miami after inking a 5-year, $65M contract with $30M guaranteed. Kevin Nogle of The Phinsider recaps what this will mean for Miami.
The Miami Dolphins have been busy today. They signed receiver Mike Wallace to start free agency, then re-signed Chris Clemons, and added linebacker Dannell Ellerbe. Now, it appears the team has also added linebacker Philip Wheeler.
With the ink barely dry from Mike Wallace's contract, Jeff Ireland secured his second notable free agent of the day by adding former Ravens linebacker Dannell Ellerbe. Kevin Nogle of The Phinsider examines what this means for Miami's defense.
For the second time today, the Miami Dolphins have released a linebacker, with Kevin Burnett joining Karlos Dansby in the free agent market. The Dolphins signed two linebacker in free agency today, making Burnett and Dansby expendable.
The Miami Dolphins signed former Oakland Raiders linebacker Philip Wheeler today, adding him to a completely revamped linebacking corps. To get an idea of what the Dolphins are getting in Wheeler, I turned to SB Nation's Silver and Black Pride.