This is the March 11, 2013 news archive. View today's Dolphins rumors and news.
Hartline deal is cap-friendly for now, despite Miami’s cap space
profootballtalk.com Updated Mar 11, 2013
It’s perhaps the best proof that the Dolphins plan to spend their cap money on new players. The five-year, $30.775 million deal signed last week by receiver Brian Hartline has a 2013 cap number of only $2.115 million, per a source with knowledge of theShare Tweet
Smith, Long not necessarily gone from Dolphinsmiamiherald.com Mar 11, 2013The assumption relative to the Dolphins and free agency is that Mike Wallace will be coming and several players will be leaving. Well, that might not be fully the case. Prospective free agent cornerback Sean Smith isn't a certainty to leave, a league so…Share TweetESPN.com Mar 11, 2013There has been a long silence from the Miami Dolphins regarding four-time Pro Bowl left tackle Jake Long. Miami apparently has no interest in paying top dollar to retain Long, who was the team's No. 1 overall pick in 2008. But there are at least two tea…Share Tweet
PFT Live: Dolphins talk with Armando Salguero, free agency previewThe first-ever negotiation weekend was a pretty big dud for those who thought legalized tampering would lead to something other than the same-old stories about Team X being “interested” in Player Y, but the wait for real information is almost over. TeShare TweetThe Miami Dolphins appear just a day away from landing their most coveted free agent. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the "league-wide expectation" is that Miami will sign former Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Mike Wallace when free agency be…Share Tweet
Report: Chiefs still looking to add a cornerbackIn the wake of their deal with cornerback Dunta Robinson, the word on the street was that the Chiefs were no longer going to pursue Dolphins cornerback Sean Smith when he became a free agent. That might be true, but a report from Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sp…Share TweetThough the entire world expects them to throw piles of money at Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace, he might not be the only pass-catcher the Dolphins target. According to Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, the Dolphins have also put Titans …Share Tweetmiamiherald.com Mar 11, 2013The Dolphins will obviously add a running back to compete if Reggie Bush is allowed to walk in free agency as I've reported. Bottom line, they need more bodies because Lamar Miller, Daniel Thomas, Jonas Gray and Marcus Thigpen aren't enough bodies to ta…Share Tweet
NFL32OT: Boldin Headed to 49ersMar 11Episode 286: Suzy Kolber and Adam Schefter discuss Ravens trade of Anquan Boldin to San Francisco. Mark Schlereth breaks down Percy Harvin's trade to Seattle. The NFL32 crew discuss which offensive free agent should be "buyer beware?"
Is Long a longshot to return to Dolphins?Mar 11Jeff Darlington has the latest from Miami on offensive tackle Jake Long's future with the Dolphins.
Wallace Ready To Cash InMar 11Adam Schefter expects Mike Wallace to be the only free agent to sign a big contract this offseason.