The Dolphins were reportedly close to a deal keeping defensive tackle Randy Starks in Miami on Wednesday morning. Dolphins defensive tackle Randy Starks appears ready to stay in Miami. The re-signing of Randy Starks was a win for the Dolphins because it brings back a two-time Pro Bowl player who happens to play a position of need for the Dolphins. The Dolphins and Starks are close to an agreement that would keep Starks around at a salary of about $6 million a year, according to Jason La Canfora of CBS. Starks is the No. 29 player in our Free Agent Hot 100. Starks, who ranked 29th on PFT’s Hot 100 list of free agents, has been a durable player for the Dolphins, never missing a game in his six years with the team, and has been productive against both the run and the pass. Oh, it might be worth that $6 million per year annual average if Starks maxes out and actually sticks around for the two seasons because there are $1 million in incentives each year in 2014 and 2015.