This is the March 20, 2013 news archive. View today's Dolphins rumors and news.
The Miami Dolphins quickly went to work this week to find a replacement for four-time Pro Bowler Jake Long. One day after re-signing versatile backup offensive tackle Nate Garner, Miami is meeting with unrestricted free agent Eric Winston, ESPN’s Adam SUpvote Share Tweet
profootballtalk.com Mar 20, 2013The Dolphins might be through throwing big money around, but they’re still looking for help, and unlike years past, some veteran players are more willing to look their way. According to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, the Dolphins have made inquirUpvote Share Tweet
Travel day buffet of topics to discussmiamiherald.com Mar 20, 2013PHOENIX -- Today is a travel day for me. But I'm giving you plenty to chew on. If you check out my column from the NFL annual meeting, you'll see where the Dolphins stand and how they feel about a handful of intriguing players. You'll see where Miami st…Upvote Share Tweet
Wednesday morning one-linersprofootballtalk.com Mar 20, 2013The Bills hope more police on patrol at Ralph Wilson Stadium will make games a more family-friendly atmosphere. Shortly after OT Jake Long signed with the Rams, the Dolphins re-signed versatile offensive lineman Nate Garner. Asked how S Adrian Wilson co…Upvote Share Tweet
Don Banks: Outrage over new helmet rule much ado about nothingMar 20PHOENIX -- Emmitt Smith, Matt Forte, Eric Dickerson and running backs everywhere may squawk, but every change the NFL makes these days on behalf of player safety makes somebody squawk, doesn't it? Should the league really care? Not if it feels like it's…
NFL owners meetings - Pro Bowl survives but change is likelyMar 20The Pro Bowl will survive for next season, but changes are likely. Plus: playoff expansion talk, rules changes and more from the owners meetings.
NFL owners end tuck rule, approve helmet penaltyMar 20In votes Wednesday, the NFL's owners eliminated the tuck rule and agreed to a rule change that would ban offensive players from using the crown of their helmets against defenders in the open field.