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The Splash Zone 2/27/18: Dolphins To Meet With Landry’s Agent At Combine

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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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The Miami Dolphins will meet with Jarvis Landry’s agent at the Combine on Wednesday. All signs point towards the Dolphins trading the slot wide receiver as franchising him would cripple the team in free agency due to the salary cap. If the Dolphins and Landry somehow agree to a new contract, it will shock a ton of people.

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

Report: Dolphins to meet with Jarvis Landry’s agent on Wednesday – ProFootballTalk
The Dolphins became the first team to use the franchise tag this offseason when they placed it on wide receiver Jarvis Landry last week, but the use of the tag doesn't necessarily mean that Landry will be back in Miami for the 2018 season.


Dolphins Quarterbacks

Mayock suspects Dolphins will pass on quarterback in Round 1 | Miami Herald
The next couple of months will do more than determine the Dolphins’ 2018 roster. They will chart the course for the organization’s next few years.


Dolphins Running Backs

Miami Dolphins interested in LSU running back | Miami Herald
The Miami Dolphins contingent will travel the NFL’s Scouting Combine in Indianapolis and want to meet with Louisiana State running back Derrius Guice, according to NFL sources.

2018 NFL Free Agents: Should Miami Dolphins consider these RB’s? | The Daily Dolphin
Of all the concerns you could identify for the Miami Dolphins after the 2016 season, running back was not one. But things have changed. It is possible that Kenyan Drake continues his excellent play next year, and emerges as a Chris Johnson-type lead back, who belies his lack of prototypica...


Dolphins Wide Receivers

Hyde5: Would Landry really accept trade to Cleveland? Or where? - Sun Sentinel
Jarvis Landry has the power in the Dolphins trade situation right now

Will Jarvis Landry trade talk heat up at upcoming scouting combine? | The Daily Dolphin
If Jarvis Landry is actually going to be traded, it makes sense for this to happen as quickly as possible. We're still not sure exactly why this can't just get done with the Dolphins, because the two sides deserve each other and could really use each other.


Dolphins Offensive Line

Miami Dolphins considering options at right tackle | Miami Herald
Miami’s situation at right guard is a conundrum


Dolphins Offseason

Miami Dolphins must find their future starting now as NFL Draft nears | Miami Herald
This week’s NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis is when teams’ intentions for the April draft begin to sharpen into focus. For the Dolphins it is clear what that priority should be, and this is the offseason to meet it head-on.


Phinsider News You May Have Missed

Free Agent Tracker: Isaiah Crowell - The Phinsider
With free agency rapidly approaching, who might the Dolphins target to bolster the roster?

Dolphins show interest in running back at Scouting Combine - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins have been primarily linked to quarterbacks and linebackers heading toward the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine. That does not mean the Dolphins will necessarily look at those positions...

Dolphins plan to meet with Jarvis Landry’s agent at the combine later this week - The Phinsider
The Jarvis Landry saga is from over, but according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, we could be much closer to a resolution by the end of the combine.

According to Schefter, the Dolphins plan to meet with...

2018 NFL Mock Draft: Dolphins back to looking defense according to SB Nation - The Phinsider
The weekly updates of SB Nation’s 2018 NFL Mock Draft continued Monday morning with the latest projection from Dan Kadar. Last week, Kadar had the Dolphins adding Texas offensive tackle Connor...

Kansas City Chiefs fan reaction to Marcus Peters trade seems familiar - The Phinsider
Remember when the Miami Dolphins traded away Brandon Marshall for two third-round draft picks? Or when they traded Vontae Davis for a second-round draft pick? Or when they traded Mike Wallace for a...