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The Splash Zone 3/20/18: DeMarco Murray Won’t Be Paid Much, If Signed

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If the visit goes well and the price is right, DeMarco Murray will be a Miami Dolphins. However, if the running back wants too much, the Dolphins will simply move on and find another free agent or draft a running back. The Dolphins would like to add a veteran back to help Kenyan Drake in the backfield, but don’t want to spend too much on the position.

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

Miami Dolphins won't pay DeMarco Murray a lot | Miami Herald
The Miami Dolphins are hosting running back DeMarco Murray on a free agent visit but if he plans to be highly paid, he’s not going to remain in the team’s plans very long.


Hard Rock Stadium

Hard Rock Stadium football parking work in progress due to Miami Open | The Daily Dolphin
MIAMI GARDENS—The grand plans to bring the Miami Open tennis tournament to Hard Rock Stadium look spectacular. Dolphins owner Stephen Ross’ vision to create a world-class sports venue is coming together, and if the actual facility looks close to the renderings on display at this morning’s ...


Dolphins Defense

Miami Dolphins seeking help at linebacker and defensive tackle | Miami Herald
The Miami Dolphins need help at linebacker and defensive tackle. We look a some of the options available for each position.


Dolphins Offseason

2018 NFL Draft: Why Miami Dolphins should consider LB Tremaine Edmunds | The Daily Dolphin
INDIANAPOLIS — It's rare that NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock can't think of a fair comparable for a player. This is the case with Virginia Tech linebacker Tremaine Edmunds. "That's the definition of unique, there is only one of them," Mayock said of Edmunds.

2018 NFL Mock Draft: Palm Beach Post’s Jason Lieser | Version 2.0 | The Daily Dolphin
With the bulk of free agency done, the next step around the NFL is attacking needs in next month’s draft. Some of those priorities have changed based on player movement over the past few weeks, and that could prompt more picks being traded.


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2018 NFL Mock Draft: Nogle’s 1.1 projection - UPDATED - The Phinsider
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