DOLPHINS FRONT OFFICE:
With Mike Tannenbaum at helm, possibilities abound for Miami Dolphins in first round of NFL Draft | Miami Herald Miami Herald
Mike Tannenbaum, in his first draft as the Dolphins’ executive vice president of football operations, signaled that the team would be willing to deal — either up or down — in the first round of the NFL Draft.
Mike Tannenbaum: No decisions on Ryan Tannehill option for 2016 | ProFootballTalk
We're a week away from the deadline for teams to decide whether or not to exercise their options for the fifth year of their 2012 first-round pick's contracts and several teams are still weighing their decisions. The Dolphins say that they are one of them.
DOLPHINS DEFENSIVE LINE:
If Chip Kelly likes Dion Jordan, now is the time to get him | ProFootballTalk
In the 2013 NFL draft, the Dolphins loved Dion Jordan, and thought the Eagles loved him, too. Now the Dolphins would love to get rid of Jordan, and would love to have the Eagles be the ones to take him off their hands.
DOLPHINS 2015 DRAFT:
Dolphins focused on draft while dealing with other issues - Sun Sentinel
The Dolphins' front office is preparing for next week's NFL Draft, but they're also dealing with business related to defensive end Dion Jordan and quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
Evaluators analyze UM draft prospects; Dolphins draft nuggets; Canes; Whiteside record; Marlins | Sports Buzz
SUNDAY BUZZ COLUMN The question you keep hearing about this UM draft class, which has eight or nine draftable players and several others who will be in NFL camps, keeps being asked in different ways. Here's how one NFC scout phrased it: How could this team go 6-7 with more...
PHINSIDER NEWS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:
Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 04/26/2015 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include should Dolphins take a chance on Todd Gurley, Jarvis Landry receiving praise, and Dennis Hickey has final say over the draft.
Dolphins Cycling Challenge raises $4.65 million for fight against cancer - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins announced that the fifth annual Dolphins Cycling Challenge raised $4.65 million for cancer research.