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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 3/13/14

Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including the Dolphins signed Branden Albert and Earl Mitchell. Randy Starks is also returning to the Dolphins.

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Hickey on Starks return, Revis rumors, Dolphins future | Miami Dolphins In Depth
Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey said he is "optimistic" the Dolphins will be able to re-sign defensive tackle Randy Starks on Wednesday, meaning the Dolphins defensive tackle position could be resolved soon. "We're talking and negotiating to his representation," Hickey...

Hickey: We Are Excited About The Future
Dolphins GM Dennis Hickey speaks with the South Florida media to discuss the team's early free agent moves and answers questions about possible moves for the team in the near future.

Hickey Feels Right At Home In The Middle Of Free Agency
New Dolphins General Manager had a strong first foray.

Hyde5: Here's how Hickey read DT market smartly - Sun Sentinel
1. If the Dolphins overspent on Branden Albert out of left-tackle desperation as I wrote in my column today, General Manager Dennis Hickey is on the verge of some shrewd dealing at defensive tackle. The possible re-signing of Randy Starks on Wednesday morning underlines that point.


Branden Albert, Ryan Tannehill developing quick rapport - ESPN
DAVIE, Fla. -- The Miami Dolphins held a group dinner Tuesday night following the five-year, $47 million contract signing of left tackle Branden Alber

LT Branden Albert: I'm here to protect Ryan Tannehill's blind side - Sun Sentinel
Dolphins LT Branden Albert said he understands his role on his new team and that's to allow QB Ryan Tannehill to do his job

Meet Dolphins Pro Bowl Offensive Tackle Branden Albert
Get to know the newest member of the Dolphins offensive line with this exclusive infogram.


Earl Mitchell, Miami Dolphins reach four-year deal -
The Miami Dolphins landed their replacement for free agent Paul Soliai. Former Houston Texans defensive tackle Earl Mitchell signed a four-year contract.

Dolphins Sign Defensive Tackle Randy Starks
Two-time Pro Bowl selection re-signs with Dolphins.

Miami Dolphins’ Randy Starks on new deal: "It could be worse. I could be on the street." | The Daily Dolphin
Even though free agent signee Earl Mitchell is considered an up-and-coming defensive tackle, it looked like the Dolphins were taking a step back on the

Randy Starks contract a win for Dolphins | Miami Dolphins In Depth
The re-signing of Randy Starks was a win for the Dolphins because it brings back a two-time Pro Bowl player who happens to play a position of need (until he signed his name on the contract) for the Dolphins. It...

Miami Dolphins’ Randy Starks (sort of) happy to be back |
Defensive tackle Randy Starks skipped voluntary workouts last spring to protest his contract — the Dolphins gave him a franchise tag worth $8.


Miami Dolphins should make Darrelle Revis an offer - Sun Sentinel
Revis could put Dolphins over the top


Dolphins' (early) free-agent scorecard - Miami Dolphins Blog - ESPN
The Miami Dolphins are just getting started one day into NFL free agency. But let’s take an early look at what Miami and new general manager Den


Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 3/12/14 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include Branden Albert signed with the Dolphins, Paul Soliai signs with the Atlanta Falcons, and Jonathan Martin has been traded.

Around SB Nation: What Other NFL Blogs Are Discussing - The Phinsider
Weekly, we take a look around the SB Nation family of NFL blogs. Here are the news stories and analysis they are discussing.

New author joins the Phinsider team - The Phinsider
I am happy to announce we have a new member of the Phinsider team. Please join me in welcoming mloiselle34!

Dennis Hickey: Savior ... or Merely Competent? - The Phinsider
Approximately 47 days after the Cesario rejection, Dolphins fans everywhere are beaming a collective grin that would look right at home on the Cheshire Cat. The reason for the current exuberance in South Florida? That'd be new Miami GM Dennis Hickey.

2014 NFL Free Agency: Dolphins GM Dennis Hickey Visioning Perfect Fit Approach - The Phinsider
Miami Dolphins making early acquisitions.

Dolphins free agent rumors: Randy Starks appears headed back to Dolphins - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins are said to be closing in on a deal with free agent defensive tackle Randy Starks. Starks returning would give the Dolphins a rotation of Starks, Jared Odrick, and the newly added Earl Mitchell.

Dolphins owner Stephen Ross to privately fund stadium upgrades, wants relief from property tax - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins lost their chance to host the 50th Super Bowl during last year's owners meeting, in large part due to the state of Sun Life Stadium. Owner Stephen Ross now has announced he will fully fund the renovations privately - with a catch.

NFL Free Agency Recap: Day One - The Phinsider
The new NFL season kicked off on Tuesday. Who signed where?

2014 Dolphins Free Agency rumors: Ben Tate appears headed for Browns - The Phinsider
One of the fan favorites in free agency this year for the Miami Dolphins has been running back Ben Tate. Now, it appears, Tate could be headed to the Cleveland Browns, instead.