The veteran purge continues as the Dolphins released Danny Amendola yesterday. In his one year with the team, he recorded 59 receptions , 575 yards, and 1 touchdown. With the move, the Dolphins clear $6 million towards the salary cap. The Dolphins are moving towards being a younger team and the Amendola move shouldn’t come as a surprise.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
Dolphins releasing Danny Amendola – ProFootballTalk
After hiring Brian Flores to be their head coach, the Dolphins are openly selling the Patriot Way. But they're getting rid of at least one former Patriot. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Dolphins are releasing wide receiver Danny Amendola.
Dolphins Tight Ends
Why are Miami Dolphins interested in TE Dwayne Allen (3 receptions in 2018)? - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FL
The Dolphins’ curious case of filling a hole at tight end took a turn Friday when a league source confirmed they planned to host Dwayne Allen for a free-agent visit.Allen, 29, spent the past two seasons with New England, so he’s familiar with new Dolphins coach Brian Flores, a former Patriots assistant.
Dolphins Offensive Line
Free Agency Preview | Centers & Guards
With the start of the new league year approaching, Dolphins.com continues a series of free agency previews with centers and guards.
Phinsider News You May Have Missed
Miami Dolphins News 3/8/19: Cameron Wake Likely Headed To Free Agency - The Phinsider
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Antonio Brown trade to Bills: What does it mean for Miami Dolphins? - The Phinsider
UPDATE: The Bills trade for Antonio Brown has fallen apart and no deal has been made.
Last night, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport indicated the Buffalo Bills are close to finalizing a deal with the P...
Antonio Brown trade: Bills acquisition of Steelers receiver falls apart - The Phinsider
Nevermind. Late Thursday night, the Buffalo Bills and Pittsburgh Steelers appeared to be in the final stages of an agreement that would send seven-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Antonio Brown to...
Defense Finally Returns To Miami - The Phinsider
Cam Cameron couldn’t do it. Neither could Tony Sparano. Joe Philbin? Nope. Adam Gase? Swing and a miss. The Miami Dolphins, in keeping with the league’s focus on offense the past few years, had...