Fins Still Have $30 Million In Cap Space Despite SigningsThe Miami Dolphins have been busy in the first few days of free agency signing left tackle Branden Albert, defensive tackle Earl Mitchell, and safety Louis Delmas. The Fins have also re-signed cornerback Brent Grimes and done it all while keeping lots of salary cap space.
Report: Dolphins "Very Much Like" Tackle Eugene MonroeThe Miami Dolphins are looking to make a splash at left tackle in free agency to allow them to use the draft and other money to fill in the rest of the offensive line. The Fins have been linked to Branden Albert already and now comes word the Fins also “very much like” Eugene Monroe, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald.
Bad Contracts Haunt DolphinsThe Miami Dolphins need help at several key positions, but unlike some NFL franchises, the Dolphins don’t have the salary cap space to make many moves that could make a major impact.
Steve Nash Would Listen To Heat OfferMiami Heat fans who continue to lament the team’s struggles at point guard may have just been given something to hope for almost as much as landing LeBron James in the first place.
From Salary Cap To Draft, Fins Have Problems The Miami Dolphins have been largely kept on the sidelines during the annual free agent spending frenzy due to the salary cap. But unlike a team like several other teams against the salary cap, Miami doesn’t have the victories to back up the big spending.
Salary Cap A Hurdle For Manning To MiamiSigning quarterback Peyton Manning is Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross’ dream for the offseason. But, doing so will require some fancy salary cap management by the Dolphins.
Property Tax Break Amendment Appears Headed To VotersThe Florida Legislature is poised to approve a proposed constitutional amendment to slash in half property tax assessment increase caps for first-time home buyers, businesses, landlords and investors. Tuesday, the Florida Senate the House version (HJR 381) for their own and is in position to vote on it Wednesday.