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The Splash Zone 1/28/17: Could Branden Albert Be Cut This Offseason?

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Is Branden Albert at risk of being cut this offseason? Chris Grier and Mike Tannenbaum discussed that the team needs a more durable offensive line and that may hint that there may be some changes coming to the line. Albert appeared in 12 games this season and dealt with a dislocated wrist. When healthy, Albert is every bit a Pro-Bowl left tackle. The Dolphins have Laremy Tunsil, so is it a possibility that Albert may be cut?

You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.

Will the Miami Dolphins cut Branden Albert? | FOX Sports
Branden Albert is a pro-bowl left tackle and a big part of the Miami Dolphins offensive line. Will he be a part of that line in 2017?Omar Kelly of the Sun-Sentinel sat down with general manager Chris Grier and Mike Tannenbaum to talk a little about the play of Jay Ajayi and the offensive line and ...

Dolphins Running Backs

Ajayi Is Just Scratching The Surface
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Dolphins Wide Receivers

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2017 NFL free agents: Kenny Stills, Miami Dolphins have mutual interest

2017 NFL free agents: Ajayi calls on Dolphins to re-sign Kenny Stills | The Daily Dolphin
LAKE BUENA VISTA—Jay Ajayi doesn’t see any reason why the Dolphins’ negotiations with free agent receiver Kenny Stills will be difficult. Stills was a key player on and off the field for Miami this season, providing a deep threat in the passing game and bringing stability to the locker ...

Dolphins Offensive Line

Dolphins want a more consistent and durable offensive line - Sun Sentinel
The Miami Dolphins' decision-makers have dropped plenty of hints that changes to the offensive line might be coming.

Dolphins Defensive Line

Who lights a fire for Miami Dolphins DE Cameron Wake? His fiancee | The Daily Dolphin
LAKE BUENA VISTA — Cameron Wake is a relatively private person. Time after time this season, when speaking about his comeback from an Achilles injury at the age of 34, Wake has generally referred to people in his inner circle whose opinion matters most, who motivated him to push past what he...

Dolphins Offseason

Miami Dolphins hoping for 2-3 contract extensions before season | The Daily Dolphin
MOBILE, Ala.—One point about which the Dolphins have been unmistakably clear is that they like the majority of their roster after a 10-6 season and they intend to keep much of that group intact.

2017 NFL Free Agents: Dolphins to build through veterans, not draft | The Daily Dolphin
MOBILE, Ala.—A 10-6 season was progress for the Dolphins, but they’ll need to shore up some shortfalls if they want to close the gap between them and elite teams like the Patriots.

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