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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 3/16/13

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Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including the Dolphins added Dustin Keller and Brandon Gibson.

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Dolphins Sign Former Rams WR Brandon Gibson
Passing game upgrades continue to be a priority.

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Lance Louis of Chicago Bears visits with Miami Dolphins - ESPN Chicago
Chicago Bears free agent offensive guard Lance Louis visited the Miami Dolphins on Thursday, the Dolphins announced on their official team Twitter account.


Former AFC East Rival TE Dustin Keller Now A Dolphins
Ireland fills another need on offense for young QB Tannehill.

Dustin Keller: Dolphins over the Jets | Miami Dolphins In Depth
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Former Falcons CB Brent Grimes Visits With Dolphins
Veteran defensive back shows up on GM Ireland’s radar.


Miami Dolphins sign TE Dustin Keller, WR Brandon Gibson; CB Brent Grimes visits - Miami Dolphins -
Brandon Gibson and ex-Jet Dustin Keller are the latest additions to Miami’s free agent haul. Meanwhile, cornerback Brent Grimes visited and Jake Long left St. Louis without a deal in place.

Miami Dolphins: Dolphins should be aiming to topple the weakened Patriots - South Florida
Every move the Dolphins makes this offseason should be geared toward closing the gap with New England

Armando Salguero: Mike Wallace a good start, but Miami Dolphins can’t stop there - Armando Salguero -
Mike Wallace started things off in a blur, which is good because one of the fastest players in the NFL is used to getting himself and his team off the blocks with Usain Bolt quickness. But the NFL offseason isn’t a sprint, folks.


Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 3/15/13 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours.Today's articles include Eric Winston visits the Dolphins, Richard Marshall hopes to stay healthy, and a look at Mike Wallace's contract.

2013 NFL Free Agency Best Players Available - The Phinsider

Day four of the NFL's free agency period is here. That means it's time to once again set our big board of top free agents available.

Miami Dolphins Jared Odrick Q&A - The Phinsider

Levi Damien, the managing editor of Silver and Black Pride, was at the NFL's Hollywood Bootcamp on Wednesday, hanging out backstage at Universal Studios. While he was there, he got a chance to talk to Miami Dolphins defensive end Jared Odrick.

Dolphins Making Last Minute Push for Long - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins made a splash on the opening day of free agency back on Tuesday. Since then, the team has turned to a more deliberate look at players, judging their next move, and seeming to wait to see what offensive tackle Jake Long does.

Dolphins Free Agent Signings: Insider Look at Dannell Ellerbe - The Phinsider
On Tuesday, the Miami Dolphins signed linebacker Dannell Ellerbe, stealing him from the Baltimore Ravens who wanted the four year veteran back. After the signing, I turned to Bruce Raffel, of SB Nation's Baltimore Beatdown, for more on Ellerbe.

Miami Dolphins Offseason Cap Space: Calculations and Why the Date of June 1st Matters - The Phinsider
A quick update of what's known about the Dolphins' 2013 cap space situation as we wait on the decision of Jake Long and other free agents....

Dustin Keller Signs with Miami Dolphins - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins are back into the free agency signing game, adding former New York Jets tight end Dustin Keller today.

2013 Free Agency Grade: Miami Dolphins Fan Poll Edition - The Phinsider

While the NFL Free Agency period is far from over, the Miami Dolphins have made several moves already this year. How are fans reacting to those moves? Vote below to let us know what you think.

Dolphins Free Agent Signings: Insider Look at Dustin Keller - The Phinsider

Earlier today, the Miami Dolphins signed free agent tight end Dustin Keller. To get a better idea of what the Dolphins are getting in Keller, I turned to John Butchko from Gang Green Nation.

Jake Long leaves St. Louis with no deal - The Phinsider

Free agent offensive tackle Jake Long was in St. Louis the last three days, completing a physical, having dinner with team officials, and touring the city. As he and his wife leave town, there's no deal in place for the 2008 first overall draft pick

Dolphins Free Agency 2013: Miami Stays Busy, Lures TE Dustin Keller Away from Rival Jets - The Phinsider

The Miami Dolphins got back to business on Friday, signing free agent tight end Dustin Keller to a one-year deal. Kevin Nogle of The Phinsider comments on the news and what to expect from a Dolphins team that has been quite active this free agency.

Free agency moves address, define needs in Miami - The Phinsider

For the Miami Dolphins, 2013 Free Agency has streamlined the team's biggest need while defining another. Funny how that works.

Dolphins Add WR Brandon Gibson in Active Free Agent Period - The Phinsider

The Miami Dolphins have been active over the four days of NFL Free Agency this year. Having already signed Mike Wallace, Dannell Ellerbe and Philip Wheeler, Chris Clemons, and Dustin Keller, the team just added WR Brandon Gibson.

Broncos Cut Elvis Dumervil After Agent Faxes New Contract Too Late - The Phinsider

The Denver Broncos and Elvis Dumervil reached an agreement today to reduce his $12 million salary cap number to an $8 million hit. Then the Broncos were forced to cut the defensive end anyway - all thanks to a fax machine.