When Jarvis Landry was slapped with the franchise tag last week, fans rejoiced as they believed the wide receiver would be back with the team. But that is not the case as it appears more likely that Landry will be taking his talents somewhere else next season. The Dolphins placed the franchise tag on Landry because they just didn’t want to lose him for free. By placing the tag on him, the team can receive some sort of compensation like draft picks or another player.
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Miami Dolphins would like to trade Jarvis Landry | Miami Herald
The Miami Dolphins will head to the NFL Combine this week hoping to find a team willing to trade for receiver Jarvis Landry.
Miami Dolphins should look for Ryan Tannehill's replacement at combine - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
With long-term doubts lingering at quarterback, the Dolphins need to explore their draft options there even with more pressing needs along the O-line.
Temperature being raised on Dolphins at the NFL Combine - Sun Sentinel
The Dolphins have two major issues to address this offseason that will dictate the course of this franchise's future.
How does Miami Dolphins salary cap rollover space compare in NFL? | The Daily Dolphin
The Miami Dolphins are rolling over $69,161 dollars in unused salary cap space into 2018, according to the NFL Players Association. No NFL team will carry over less.
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What can the Miami Dolphins expect in return for Jarvis Landry trade? - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins placed the non-exclusive franchise tag on wide receiver Jarvis Landry earlier this month, seemingly locking the receiver into another year with the South Florida franchise. As...