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Seahawks flew to Denver in failed attempt to get Manning meeting
profootballtalk.com Updated Mar 19, 2012
After Peyton Manning became available, four teams met with him: the Broncos, Cardinals, Dolphins, and Titans. Two others got stiff-armed: the Seahawks and Chiefs. Jason La Canfora of NFL Network reports that the Seahawks actually loaded up a plane andShare Tweet
Quarterback David Garrard signed a one-year contract Monday with the Miami Dolphins and said he was told he'll be given a shot at the starting job.Share TweetThe Miami Dolphins made a tough roster cut Monday evening when they released veteran safety and team leader Yeremiah Bell. This was strictly a financial move for the Dolphins. The Sun-Sentinel reports it will save $4.3 million in cap room. The Dolphins …Share Tweet
Figuring out the Finsprofootballtalk.com Mar 19, 2012The Dolphins have whiffed on Peyton Manning and Matt Flynn. They may miss out on Alex Smith. So what’s wrong with the franchise? Is Ryan Clark right? Does “no one” want to play for the Dolphins? Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald and WFTL inShare TweetBoth SI.com’s Peter King and Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald are reporting that free agent quarterback Alex Smith has been in contract negotiations with the Dolphins on Monday. King heard that Smith is “very serious” about the possibility of pShare TweetDon't do it, Miami Dolphins. Do not make a quarterback mistake that could stagnate the franchise for the next several years. Do not, under any circumstances, trade for Tim Tebow. I know this thought will cross the mind of Dolphins owner Stephen Ross, if…Share Tweet"In the history of NFL general managers, [Miami Dolphins GM Jeff] Ireland is on the coldest streak ever. He needs to do something right. He doesn't even need to hit a home run. A seeing-eye single would do." -- Peter King Yep. From MMQB to 2 L…Share Tweet
The Dolphins Have Spent An Offseason Humiliating Themselvesdeadspin.com Mar 19, 2012Believe me when I tell you that I say this with zero malice: the Dolphins are a pathetic franchise at the moment. It's not so much that two weeks ago they were certain they were going to have Peyton Manning throwing to Brandon Marshall and Reggie Wayne,…Share Tweet
Monday morning one-linersprofootballtalk.com Mar 19, 2012Does the Mario Williams signing change the Bills’ draft plans? Izzy Gould of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel wonders if the Dolphins are falling from their perch as the area’s top sports franchise. A close look at new Patriots TE Daniel Fells. Is AntonShare Tweet
Free Agent Update: The QB Quandary Continuesgrantland.com Mar 19, 2012As the Dolphins continue to flounder in their search for a new quarterback this offseason and times seem to get more desperate with each day, they mig...Share Tweet
NFL32OT - Episode 105Mar 19Dana and Mort discuss the Broncos' chances in 2012 with Peyton at the helm, Demaryius Thomas talks about his excitement over Manning, and the future of Tim Tebow is debated.
State of the DolphinsMar 19While free-agent QB David Garrard looks to be headed to Miami, former Dolphins LB Joey Porter explains why he believes other free agents have turned down the chance to play there.
Jim Trotter: With Manning Denver-bound, a look at trade market for TebowMar 19You have to love the NFL's bottomless well of intrigue. No sooner does one suspense thriller end than another one begins.
Don Banks: Manning hopes to follow Elway's example and ride into sunset af…Mar 19For Peyton Manning, creature of habit that he is, no doubt the easiest thing would have been becoming a Tennessee Titan. The familiar and the comfortable have always held particular sway with Manning, and in his world, if he couldn't be a Colt, what cou…
Peter King: For 49ers, Titans, missing out on Manning could be costlyMar 19So now, with Peyton Manning in Denver, the Titans and the 49ers have to put the pieces of their broken dreams back together and go on without him.
NFL - Peyton Manning should put Denver Broncos in control of AFC WestMar 19The addition of Peyton Manning should put Denver in control of the AFC West, John Clayton writes.