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The Splash Zone 3/24/18: Dolphins Bring Back Sam Young

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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 brought back a very important piece for their offensive line. The team re-signed Sam Young who will continue to serve as the teams backup left and right tackle. After Ja’Wuan James was lost for the season, Young stepped in a performed pretty well with a few speed bumps near the beginning. The Dolphins finally have some great depth on the offensive line for once.

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

Miami Dolphins re-sign free agent Sam Young | Miami Herald
The Miami Dolphins improved their offensive line depth with the re-signing of offensive tackle Sam Young to a one-year deal.


Wayne Huizenga

Sky was the limit for Miami Dolphins under H. Wayne Huizenga | Miami Herald
Then -Miami Dolphins owner H. Wayne Huizenga spared no expense to get what the team needed. In one case, he took his private jet to meet with then-LSU head coach Nick Saban.

Wayne Huizenga, owner of Dolphins, Marlins and Panthers, dies at 80 | Miami Herald
H. Wayne Huizenga, who owned the Miami Dolphins, the Florida Marlins, the Florida Panthers, AutoNation, Waste Management and Blockbuster, has died at 80 in Fort Lauderdale.


Dolphins Quarterbacks

Miami Dolphins: First-round quarterback no quick and easy fix
So it’s goodbye to Damien Williams and hello to running back Frank Gore, whose annual rushing...

QB Brock Osweiler has struggled, so should the Miami Dolphins bother signing him? | The Daily Dolphin
If there’s one team that ought to know the importance of a dependable backup quarterback, it’s the Dolphins, which explains why free agent Brock Osweiler is visiting Davie.

Dolphins signing Brock Osweiler – ProFootballTalk
The Dolphins have a new backup quarterback, again going with a veteran with plenty of money who may or may not be able to play. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Dolphins are signing Brock Osweiler. He visited with the team today and they and he apparently liked what they saw.

Quarterback Brock Osweiler signs with Miami Dolphins | Miami Herald
Adam Gase and Brock Osweiler, together again. Osweiler, who worked with Gase in Denver, on Friday agreed to play for him in Miami.


Dolphins Offensive Line

Dolphins’ Daniel Kilgore glad to be reunited with Frank Gore | Miami Herald
Veteran NFL running back, University of Miami star and Coral Gables High alumnus Frank Gore signed with the Dolphins on Thursday. Daniel Kilgore, the Dolphins’ new center who played with Gore in San Francisco, is happy about the move.

Dolphins Offseason

NFL offseason questions: How will Seahawks, Patriots fill holes? - NFL.com
How many veterans are joining Marshawn Lynch in Oakland? How will big-name talent lost in free agency be replaced in Seattle and Miami? Judy Battista identifies five questions lingering this offseason.


Phinsider News You May Have Missed

The Splash Zone 3/23/18: Dolphins Bring Frank Gore Home - 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.

Former Dolphins owner Wayne Huizenga dies at age 80 - The Phinsider
Rest in peace, H. Wayne Huizenga.

The former Dolphins owner and South Florida business man passed away on Friday. Huizenga was 80-years-old. No cause of death was released.

Huizenga, who owned the...

In Just Ten Days, A Stunning Makeover - The Phinsider
Since the NFL’s free agency period opened on March 14th, the Miami Dolphins have re-upped, revamped and retooled much of their roster with dizzying speed, and even the most ardent followers of...

Dolphins re-signing Sam Young - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins will re-sign free agent offensive lineman Sam Young to a one-year contract, according to a report from the Miami Herald’s Armando Salguero. Young, who spent 2016 and 2017 with...