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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 4/17/13

Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including Randy Starks will not show up to workouts until he gets a long term deal.

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Ireland: We Need To Add Depth To Offensive Line
Deep draft plus bevy of picks gives Miami lots of options.


Randy Starks will not attend Miami Dolphins' voluntary workouts -
In search of a new long-term contract, Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Randy Starks will not attend the Dolphins' voluntary offseason conditioning program, a source who has spoken with the player said Tuesday.


Star Lotulelei in the first round makes sense (which is bad) | Miami Dolphins In Depth
I know Jeff Ireland loves defensive tackles. A lot. In two of the past three years the Dolphins have used their franchise tag on, you guessed it, defensive tackles -- Paul Soliai in 2011 and Randy Starks this year.

AFC East mock draft board: Bills, Dolphins - AFC East Blog - ESPN
Next week will hold its annual blogger mock draft. The AFC East blog once again opened a forum for our community to put together a joint draft

Draft Profile: OT Lane Johnson " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
The next phase of the Dolphins’ active offseason is about to take center stage. The 2013 NFL Draft, held April 25-27, is rapidly approaching. With the compensatory picks determined, the Draft order has been set, and the Dolphins will have 11 picks.

Possible Miami Dolphins draft prospect, safety Kenny Vaccaro, is in town - Miami Dolphins -
Texas safety Kenny Vaccaro tweeted out "Good morning Miami" early Tuesday, and he’s presumably in town to visit Dolphins headquarters ahead of next week’s draft.


Photos: Day 1 of Miami Dolphins offseason workouts | The Daily Dolphin
The Dolphins' calendar officially flipped to 2013 yesterday when the team opened its offseason program and held the first day of voluntary workouts.


NFL Schedule To Be Released This Thursday " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
After weeks of reports speculating that today would be the day that the 2013 NFL schedule would be released, news trickled out yesterday that indicated it probably wasn’t happening.


Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 4/16/13 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours.Today's articles include Dolphins won't meet with Lane Johnson, Dolphins voluntary workouts began, and a look at Dolphins needs heading into the 2013 Draft. publishes Miami Dolphins 2013 NFL Draft guide - The Phinsider on Monday published 2013 NFL Draft guides for the league's 16 AFC teams. Best part? The Dolphins guide is free to view, and isn't exclusive to ESPN Insider subscribers. Winning.

2013 Miami Dolphins Draft: Jeff Ireland Pre-draft Approval Ratings - The Phinsider

Jeff Ireland is a polarizing figure among Miami Dolphins fans. This has me wondering: what do Dolphins fans actually think about their General Manager?

Analysis of the Dolphins’ Likely Wide Receiver Rankings for 2013 Draft - The Phinsider

This morning, we have an article from guest author, and Phinsider contributor, Christian Brittle.

2013 NFL Draft Prospect: Insider Look at Tavon Austin - The Phinsider

This morning, we continue our look at potential Miami Dolphins draft targets with a look at West Virginia wide receiver Tavon Austin. Our insider look at Austin comes from WVUIE97 over at The Smoking Musket.

ESPN ranks Quarterbacks in AFC East, Two Dolphins in Top 4 - The Phinsider

ESPN’s AFC East Blogger James Walker took a look at the AFC East signal callers today, ranking the top passers in the division. For the Miami Dolphins, that meant two quarterbacks cracked the top four passers.

NFL announcer Pat Summerall passes away at age 82 - The Phinsider

Longtime NFL announcer Pat Summerall passed away today. He was 82 years old.

With the 54th overall pick, the Miami Dolphins select.... - The Phinsider

The SB Nation Bloggers Mock Draft has reached the second pick of the second round for the Miami Dolphins. What direction did I take the pick? Read on to find out.

Dolphins Pro Bowl Defensive Tackle Starks Holding Out - The Phinsider

This offseason, the Miami Dolphins placed the dreaded franchise tag on defensive tackle Randy Starks. Despite signing the $8.45 million tender last month, Starks was the only player to not report for the Dolphins’ first day of offseason workouts.