For the first time in ages, the AFC East is wide open with the departure of Tom Brady. The Dolphins are going to be rebuilding a bit longer but I wouldn’t be surprised to see them in contention with Brian Flores leading the way.
The Dolphins came out firing when free agency began and shocked the NFL world with the signing of Byron Jones. There was interest between the team and the star corner but people shrugged it off thinking the Dolphins weren’t going to go into a bidding war. Well they did and they won. Flores also got his guy with the signing of Kyle Van Noy, who brings versatility to the Dolphins defense. The defensive line needed some help as there was very little pass rush last season. Shaq Lawson and Emmanuel Ogbah will look to provide that pass rush help.
It’s hard not to get excited over all the moves the Dolphins have made. It finally seems like they have a plan and are sticking to it.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
Dolphins boost defense with Byron Jones, others in post-Tom Brady AFC East - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
Coach Brian Flores and GM Chris Grier are getting their guys, spending money on the defensive side and building the team their way.
Dolphins Running Backs
Miami Dolphins: A close examination of what RB Jordan Howard does (and does not) offer - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FL
Over the course of his career, running back Jordan Howard has shown he can get the tough yardage. His hands? That’s another story.
Dolphins Offesnsive Line
NFL Free Agency: Miami Dolphins add C Ted Karras - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FL
Chris Grier strikes again. A ninth free agent to Miami.
Ted Karras, Elandon Roberts latest ex-Patriots to join Brian Flores with Dolphins
The Dolphins added two more former Patriots players Wednesday, agreeing to deals with center Ted Karras and versatile linebacker Elandon Roberts, sources told ESPN.
Tom Brady leaving AFC East good news for Dolphins, Jets, Bills | Miami Herald
Tom Brady’s departure from the NFL’s AFC Eastern division is welcome news for the Miami Dolphins, New York Jets and Buffalo Bills. While the New England Patriots about to sink.
Phinsider News You May Have Missed
Miami Dolphins News 3/18/20: Dolphins Make More Moves - The Phinsider
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2020 NFL Free Agency update: Dolphins adding center Ted Karras on one-year deal - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins are adding free agent center Ted Karras, according to The Athletic’s Jeff Howe. The deal brings Miami a starter for the middle of the offensive line to replace Daniel Kilgore,...
Los Delfines Fichan a 8 Jugadores en la Agencia Libre - The Phinsider
Miami fue muy activo en la agencia libre esta semana.
Wilson: Patriots tried to re-sign Ted Karras, free agent center chose Dolphins instead - The Phinsider
The tide is changing in South Florida.
Dolphins sign former Patriots linebacker Elandon Roberts - The Phinsider
Miami continues to fortify both the defense and special teams through free agency.
Dolphins Release Reshad Jones, Make Roster Moves
The released Reshad Jones and waived the following players: Evan Brown, Rashard Causey, Chidi Okeke and T.J. Rahming.
NFL Free Agency 2020: With Tom Brady in Tampa, Who Has The Best Chance to Win the AFC East - The Phinsider
Now that Tom Brady is Tampa bound, the AFC East is a wild card of a division for the first time since 2001. Normally, this time of year, Brady and the Patriots would be looked at as the clear...
2020 NFL Free Agency: Dolphins officially cut Reshad Jones, more - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins have officially released safety Reshad Jones. The move, which was reported last week, became official today as the NFL moved into the 2020. There is no report on if the Dolphins...