This is the April 24, 2013 news archive. View today's Dolphins rumors and news.
The Dolphins’ pursuit of Chiefs tackle Branden Albert has been a big storyline of late, but that may not be the only trade talk the Dolphins have engaged in recently. Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports that the Browns are “seriously consider
Share TweetWe heard earlier on Wednesday that the Chiefs and Dolphins are again talking about a trade involving tackle Branden Albert and now we’ve heard what the sticking point is to getting a deal done. Chiefs General Manager John Dorsey spoke to Steve Wyche ofShare TweetPutting together a seven-round mock draft may be a big waste of time. It’s hard enough to speculate which domino will fall first, let alone seven rounds of them. But it’s a fun activity, nonetheless. It’s interesting to see which prospects might comSource: dolphinsgab.com
Memo to Dolphins: Too early for title talkUpdated Apr 24 Share TweetRemember the 2012 Buffalo Bills? Just one year ago, the Bills were the offseason champions in the AFC East and perhaps the entire NFL. Buffalo was praised for its aggressive free-agent moves to land $100 million defensive end Mario Williams, fellow defe…Source: ESPN.comShare TweetThe Miami Dolphins filled a lot of holes in free agency, but the team could still use a starting-caliber cornerback. Could the recent report involving the health former Alabama corner Dee Milliner make him a possible target for the Dolphins in Thursday’Source: ESPN.comShare TweetThe Miami Dolphins' free-agent spending spree has at least one member of the team using a word to describe the team's offense that might increase what were sure to be already lofty expectations of the unit in 2013.
Wednesday morning one-linersUpdated Apr 24 Share TweetCould Ezekiel Ansah be there for the Dolphins with the 12th overall pick? Karlos Dansby could add depth for the Bills at linebacker. The Patriots might draft a defensive end named Jones for the second consecutive year. Jets G.M. John Idzik would be wise…Source: profootballtalk.comShare TweetThe first thing you must understand about draft trades is that intelligent and successful general managers do not trade for draft picks. They trade for players. That's why the second overall pick last year was worth a mint to the Washington Redskins. Th…Source: miamiherald.com
Eagles focus on four players, unless they trade down and focus on moreUpdated Apr 24 Share TweetThe best recent example of draft-week information overload came via reports (from the same reporter) that the Dolphins are both interested in trading up from No. 12 and down from No. 12. Sources close to me tell me that the Dolphins also are interested …Source: profootballtalk.com
Clayton: Thrill of skill positions will wait in draftApr 24Tackles and guards will take precedence over skill positions early in the draft, writes John Clayton.
Peter King: My 2013 Mock DraftApr 24I say it every year, but this time I really mean it: There'll be a mad dash to trade down from the top. There's no Andrew Luck superstar to froth over, but there's good depth from 10 to 50. Here's how Round 1 will play out. (Editor's Note: NFL Draft Liv…