Before the legal tampering period even kicked off, the Miami Dolphins reached an agreement with one of their own. The team and Emmanuel Ogbah agreed on a 4-year deal to keep their star pass rusher on the roster. This is huge news as many around the NFL world were expecting Ogbah to be playing elsewhere in 2022.
A little after noon, the Dolphins found their new running back. Chase Edmonds, the former Arizona Cardinal, agreed to a 2-year deal with Miami. In Arizona, Edmonds played second fiddle as James Connor became the Cardinals primary RB. Edmonds brings that dual-threat ability to a backfield that badly needed a makeover this offseason.
Later in the day it was announced that the team had agreed to terms with Cedrick Wilson. It is a 3-year deal for the former Dallas Cowboy wide receiver, who will man the slot for the Dolphins now.
Just after the Wilson signing, reports came out that the Dolphins signed Teddy Bridgewater to backup Tua Tagovailoa. Bridgewater has started plenty of games and gives the Dolphins one of the better backups in the league.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
Monday Miami Dolphins Notebook: Gesicki Signs Tag, Grading the Moves, Who Got Away, Cap Talk, More - Sports Illustrated Miami Dolphins News, Analysis and More
The Dolphins were very active on the first day teams could negotiate with pending free agents
Miami Dolphins Land Ideal Backup QB - Sports Illustrated Miami Dolphins News, Analysis and More
Miami native Teddy Bridgewater has agreed to terms on a one-year contract
Dolphins Running Backs
Dolphins land ex-Cardinals Chase Edmonds, who averaged 5.1 per carry
Ex-Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds is joining the Dolphins on a two-year deal worth $12.6 million.
Breaking Down the Miami Dolphins Acquisition of RB Chase Edmonds - Sports Illustrated Miami Dolphins News, Analysis and More
Running back Chase Edmonds gained more than 900 yards from scrimmage in 2021
Dolphins Wide Receivers
Miami Dolphins add former Cowboys receiver Cedric Wilson Jr. | Miami Herald
The Miami Dolphins augmented their wide receiver unit by agreeing to a deal with Cedric Wilson Jr., who spent his first three seasons with the Dallas Cowboys.
What the Miami Dolphins Are Getting in WR Cedrick Wilson Jr. - Sports Illustrated Miami Dolphins News, Analysis and More
Wide receiver Cedrick Wilson Jr. is coming off a career year with the Dallas Cowboys
Dolphins Tight Ends
Mike Gesicki signs franchise tag tender - ProFootballTalk
Dolphins tight end Mike Gesicki will stick around in Miami.
Dolphins Defensive Line
Miami Dolphins, DE Emmanuel Ogbah agree to 4-year, $65 million contract, agent says
Dolphins have agreed to a four year, $65 million contract with defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah, locking up their biggest free agent of this year.
Great Move: Miami Dolphins Bringing Back Ogbah - Sports Illustrated Miami Dolphins News, Analysis and More
The Miami Dolphins are signing defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah to a new four-year contract
Dolphins Free Agency
Miami Dolphins’ 2022 NFL free-agent signings - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
Ogbah returns to help keep Miami’s pass rush formidable and Edmonds is expected to step in as the starting running back.
Miami Dolphins Free Agency Primer 2022
Taking a look at the free agent landscape ahead of Wednesday’s start of the new league year
Phinsider News You May Have Missed
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NFL free agency 2022 legal tampering period begins - The Phinsider
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NFL free agency 2022: Dolphins re-sign Emmanuel Ogbah - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins open free agency week with news that they are keeping one of their own. Just before the start of the NFL’s "legal tampering" period - when teams are allowed to discuss interest...
2022 NFL free agency signing: Miami Dolphins add running back Chase Edmonds - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins have made the year’s first free agent signing.
Miami Dolphins 2022 free agency: Cedrick Wilson signing as legal tampering period continues - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins added another piece to their offense on Wednesday as news broke the team agreed to terms with free agent wide receiver Cedrick Wilson. The former Dallas Cowboys receiver marks...
NFL free agents 2022: Mike Gesicki signs franchise tag with Miami Dolphins - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins placed their 2022 franchise tag on tight end Mike Gesicki, setting up a potential showdown with the team. Gesicki was believed to be considering filing a grievance to have an...
NFL free agency 2022: Dolphins signing quarterback Teddy Bridgewater - The Phinsider
ESPN’s Adam Schefter just confirmed that the Miami Dolphins have signed former Denver Broncos quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to a one-year deal to be the team’s backup QB. The terms of the contract...
Dolphins free agency grades 2022: ESPN gives Miami B+ for first two moves - The Phinsider
ESPN is grading all the major free agency moves happening around the NFL as free agency begins. The first two moves for the Miami Dolphins were included in the initial publication, with Jeremy...