This is the March 18, 2013 news archive. View today's Dolphins rumors and news.
Ross says Dolphins “are going to stay in South Florida”Updated Mar 18 Share Tweet
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross hopes to renovate SunLife Stadium via a project that relies in part on taxpayer dollars. But he lacks the leverage of an express or implied threat of relocation, which has helped plenty of other teams shake taxpayer dollars o…
Share TweetThe Miami Dolphins entered the offseason with more draft picks (nine) than any team in the AFC East. It turns out Miami's draft capital further increased Monday when the NFL announced its 2013 compensatory picks. Miami was awarded two additional picks i…
Tuesday notes from the NFL annual meetingUpdated Mar 18 Share TweetPHOENIX -- Some notes from the NFL annual meeting: Bess still in the plans The addition of receivers Mike Wallace and Brandon Gibson as well as the re-signing of Brian Hartline and availability of Dustin Keller as a slot receiver seems to make receiver …Source: miamiherald.com
Ross: Tannehill-Moore as good at QB as anyoneUpdated Mar 18 Share TweetPHOENIX -- The Dolphins are making a ton of moves in free agency and have more to make, accoriding to general manager Jeff Ireland who today opened the door on more signings, trades and then the draft as serious possibilities for upgrading the team in t…Source: miamiherald.comShare TweetThe market for free agent defensive ends has been weaker than anticipated, which isn’t great news for Osi Umenyiora. Umenyiora huffed and puffed for years to get out of his contract with the Giants, finally succeeding when the team restructured his cont
Revisiting Jake Long-Matt Ryan debateUpdated Mar 18 Share TweetIt has been an ongoing debate in South Florida since the 2008 NFL draft. The Miami Dolphins and former president Bill Parcells held the No. 1 overall pick and took left tackle Jake Long over quarterback Matt Ryan, who went to the Atlanta Falcons at No. …Share TweetPHOENIX -- Remember the names Sebastian Vollmer, Eric Winston, or any of a number of draft picks on the board that might be able to play left tackle, including Oklahoma's Lane Johnson. All are options the Dolphins have confirmed to me, through sources, …
Joey Porter faces foreclosure on Miami homeUpdated Mar 18 Share TweetJoey Porter, a former NFL linebacker who made tens of millions of dollars in his career, is once again facing financial problems. Porter is facing a foreclosure lawsuit on a home he bought in Broward County shortly after signing with the Dolphins in 200…Share TweetOutlining the role Doug Marrone and the rest of the Bills coaches play in draft scouting. Dolphins owner Stephen Ross thinks his team has gotten younger and faster. Adding to the receiving corps remains on the Patriots to-do list. Gary Myers of the Dail…Share TweetOffensive tackle Jake Long has agreed to a deal with the St. Louis Rams.
Loss of Long completes Dolphins defection TrifectaUpdated Mar 18 Share TweetThe good news for the Dolphins in free agency came from their ability to re-sign receiver Brian Hartline and quarterback Matt Moore, and then to add receiver Mike Wallace, receiver Brandon Gibson, tight end Dustin Keller, linebacker Phillip Wheeler, and…
Rams Land Jake LongMar 18Ed Werder discusses how the St. Louis Rams snagged former No. 1 overall pick Jake Long.
Don Banks: Patriots owner Robert Kraft upset with Wes Welker's agentMar 18PHOENIX -- Thanks to the culture established by their tight-lipped head coach, the New England Patriots in the Bill Belichick era have been well known for their refusal to re-live the past, always choosing to focus on the future and moving ahead rather …
Lots of sunshine at 2013 NFL owners meetingsMar 18The NFL is in good shape as the owners convene to ponder rules changes, trade proposals and more, writes John Clayton.
Peter King: NFC West an emerging powerhouse after first week of free agenc…Mar 18PHOENIX -- Lord, the NFC West is going to be a bear of a division in 2013.