This is the May 14, 2013 news archive. View today's Dolphins rumors and news.
Dolphins stadium proposal was losing badly based on early voting
Florida House Speaker Will Weatherford should have let the people vote, after all. Because the people apparently would have spoken more loudly and clearly than Weatherford ever could. According to Patricia Mazzei and Marc Caputo of the Miami Herald, the…Upvote Share Tweet
The Dolphins have begun to sign their draft picks. The club struck deals with outside linebacker Jelani Jenkins, placekicker Caleb Sturgis and cornerback Don Jones on Tuesday. Sturgis, a fifth-round selection from Florida, probably has the best chance o…Upvote Share TweetThe Chiefs kicked off their OTAs on Tuesday and, as expected, left tackle Branden Albert was in attendance. Albert, who stands to make $9.828 million in 2013 under the terms of the franchise tag, was the subject of trade discussions with the Dolphins be…Upvote Share Tweet
Dolphins spent $10 million on election that never happenedThe Dolphins, in the end, threw good money after no money. In an effort to procure partial public funding for upgrades to Sun Life Stadium, the Dolphins and owner Stephen Ross plunked down $10 million over a six-week period, according to Patricia Mazzei…Upvote Share Tweet
The Florida Panthers Want Broward County To Buy Them A New Scoreboarddeadspin.com Updated May 14, 2013The Panthers will appear before the Broward County Commission today, to argue that that the county should spring for $4.2 million to build a new scoreboard. As their neighbors to the south, the Marlins and Dolphins, struggle to win over increasingly ske…Upvote Share Tweetdolphinsgab.com Updated May 14, 2013There is plenty of uncertainty regarding the Dolphins’ O-Line in 2013 The Miami Dolphins added weapons for second-year quarterback Ryan Tannehill this offseason. They attempted to bolster a secondary that was dissected on a weekly basis last year. TheyUpvote Share Tweet
Tuesday morning one-linersWith prep for the 2014 draft starting soon, Buddy Nix thought it was the right time to step down as general manager of the Bills. A look at the Dolphins’ offensive depth chart. Sorting out the backup possibilities on the Patriots offensive line. Geno SmUpvote Share Tweetmiamiherald.com Updated May 14, 2013The Dolphins wanted Jake Long back. General Manager Jeff Ireland wanted him back. Coach Joe Philbin wanted him back. And teammates wanted him back. “I was texting him, I was all on Twitter, and I was calling him," center Mike Pouncey said Monday duringUpvote Share Tweet