The Miami Dolphins decided to part way with three of their best players: Ndamukong Suh, Jarvis Landry, and Mike Pouncey (when healthy). The writing was on the wall for Landry but Suh and Pouncey were a little unexpected. The Dolphins added two cheaper options in Albert Wilson and Danny Amendola, to help fill the void left by Landry. I’m kind of excited to see what this offense is going to be like when they’re not trying to force the ball to Landry.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
Miami Dolphins’ losses in free agency are outweighing gains | Miami Herald
Who have the Miami Dolphins lost vs. who they have gained? How has Miami fared this offseason vs. its AFC East rivals? Is the team better today than when last season ended? We have the answers. Brace yourself.
Quarterback David Fales returns to Dolphins on one-year deal | Miami Herald
David Fales is back in Miami, where he has an advocate in Adam Gase. But this signing in no way precludes the Dolphins from taking a QB in the draft.
Dolphins Wide Receivers
Wilson promises to bring speed, intensity to Miami Dolphins | Miami Herald
Receiver Albert Wilson is an upgrade over Jarvis Landry in one respect: his ability to run past a secondary. Expect a faster Dolphins attack in 2018.
Miami Dolphins’ Albert Wilson not afraid to replace Jarvis Landry | The Daily Dolphin
Albert Wilson brought up Jarvis Landry without even being asked. Wilson is not afraid of this challenge; he embraces it. "It was a great opportunity," Wilson said Friday about why he chose Miami in free agency.
New Miami Dolphins WR Albert Wilson gets landmark opportunity | The Daily Dolphin
For most of Albert Wilson’s career, he’s had to claw for a roster spot and outwork more experienced and higher paid players for his playing time. His three-year, $24 million contract with the Dolphins changes all of that.
Dolphins Offensive Line
Dolphins' Kilgore shocked, but not angered by trade | Miami Herald
NFL free agency gave Daniel Kilgore whiplash. He went from San Francisco’s starting center to a forgotten man in a span of hours.
Josh Sitton: I think Miami Dolphins are built to win in 2018 | Miami Herald
New Miami Dolphins guard Josh Sitton won the day. His conference call was a delight, with candor and humor.
Dolphins looking for help at quarterback, running back, tight end | Miami Herald
Miami still has needs to address at tight end and running back through free agency or the NFL Draft.
AC in the AM: More Additions And A Tough Goodbye
They come. They go. Some stay. That about sums up free agency in its simplest form, doesn't it?
In Cleveland, Jarvis Landry denies rift with Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase | The Daily Dolphin
In a response that will do little to end speculation about how the two sides parted, Jarvis Landry brushed aside a question regarding his relationship with coach Adam Gase when the Dolphins decided to trade him to the Cleveland Browns.
Phinsider News You May Have Missed
The Splash Zone 3/16/18: Dolphins Retool Offensive Line - The Phinsider
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.
What is with all these Miami Dolphins defensive ends? - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins have added Robert Quinn and returned William Hayes to a defensive end position that did not appear to be a position of need for the team before the start of free agency. Bringing...
New Dolphins center Daniel Kilgore from 49ers fan perspective - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins found an unexpected trade partner this offseason, adding center Daniel Kilgore from the San Francisco 49ers just a month after he signed a contract extension with the bay-area...