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Teams that have discussed a trade for quarterback Tim Tebow, either internally or with the Denver Broncos, include the Jacksonville Jaguars, Green Bay Packers, Miami Dolphins and New York Jets, a league source said.Share Tweet
profootballtalk.com Mar 20, 2012Alex Smith lost all of his negotiating leverage with San Francisco when the Seahawks and Dolphins signed Matt Flynn and David Garrard, respectively. Smith should consider himself lucky the 49ers didn’t play hardball. The NFL Network is reporting that SmShare TweetMIAMI (AP) -- Frustrated Miami Dolphins fans are taking to the street.Share TweetJeff Ireland is calling various media outlets today to share his viewpoint of what's going on with the Dolphins since the start of free agency and going forward. About the idea that no one wants to come to play for...Share TweetMost dot-connecting observers expected quarterback Matt Flynn to sign with the Dolphins after it became clear Peyton Manning wouldn’t be taking his talents to South Beach. The fit was natural. New Fins coach Joe Philbin was Flynn’s offensive coordinatShare Tweetprofootballtalk.com Mar 20, 2012Re-signing Derek Hagan leaves the Bills with nine receivers. Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post ponders whether the Dolphins should be in the market for Tim Tebow. Patriots coach Bill Belichick liked newly signed G Robert Gallery when he was coming out of…Share TweetDavid Garrard said shortly after reaching an agreement with the Dolphins that he’ll be competing for the starting job in Miami. But he doesn’t know who the other entrants in the Dolphins’ quarterback derby are. “They didn’t say for sure they werShare Tweetdolphinsgab.com Mar 20, 2012The Dolphins have released 34-year-old safety Yeremiah Bell. The veteran safety had spent his whole 9-year career with the Dolphins. He was a 6th round pick of the Fins out of Eastern Kentucky back in 2003. In 110 games, Bell has 560 tackles, 11 sacks, …Share Tweet