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The Splash Zone 3/30/17: Keeping Core Offensive Playmakers Together

Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours.

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It didn't look good for the Dolphins and Kenny Stills heading into free agency. Everyone was expecting Stills to be on a different team this season, but the wide receiver ended up re-signing with the team. The Dolphins are making it a point to keep their offensive playmakers together. Stills is locked up and Parker is still on his rookie deal. But all eyes are on Jarvis Landry, as the receiver would love a new deal but talks have not been opened yet.

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

Miami Dolphins intend keeping core offensive playmakers together through 2020 season | Miami Herald
The Miami Dolphins want to keep the nucleus of the receiver corps -- Jarvis Landry, DeVante Parker and Kenny Stills -- together with quarterback Ryan Tannehill through the 2020 season.

Dolphins Quarterbacks

Gase Likes Dolphins Quarterback Situation
The Dolphins’ quarterback situation is the same as it has been since 2012, with Ryan Tannehill as the starter and Matt Moore as the backup.

Adam Gase wants a more aggressive Ryan Tannehill in 2017 | ProFootballTalk
Dolphins coach Adam Gase doesn't want quarterback Ryan Tannehill worrying about making mistakes. Gase said on PFT Live that his No. 1 priority for Tannehill in 2017 is to be willing to take chances, both with his arm and with his legs, if that's what he has to do to make plays.

Dolphins Wide Receivers

Dolphins’ Adam Gase changes approach to make WR Leonte Carroo a factor | The Daily Dolphin
PHOENIX—The Dolphins aren’t ready to rule Leonte Carroo a mistake. Not even close. They traded three draft picks to move up and take him in the third round a year ago and the return on that in his rookie year was three catches for 29 yards and a touchdown.

Dolphins Tight Ends

Gase Anxious To See New Tight Ends In Action
Julius Thomas, was acquired in a trade with the Jaguars and Anthony Fasano signed as an unrestricted free agent after spending the past two seasons with the Tennessee Titans.

Dolphins Defensive Line

Malik, McDowell, dolphins, draft, michigan, state, nfl | Miami Herald
Dolphins work out defensive tackle with first-round buzz, plus Lamar Miller talks Tony Romo

Dolphins Offseason

What is #NEWMIAMI? It’s buying into ‘The Dolphin Way’ | The Daily Dolphin
PHOENIX — The New England Patriots do things 'The Patriot Way.' There's a book by that title and even though their coach, Bill Belichick, claims he never actually coined the phrase, everyone pretty much understands what it means. No days off. Business first. And second. And third.

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