University of Missouri defensive end Michael Sam will be the most debated NFL prospect until his name is called during the 2014 NFL Draft. Some have said his coming out will hurt his draft stock and that he’s a “tweener” for an ideal position. In Miami, the question is would he fit with the Dolphins?
The Miami Dolphins, like any NFL team, can always use help on the defensive line and added that help Tuesday when the team signed free agent defensive lineman Marvin Austin, according to CBSSports.com’s Jason LaCanfora.
The National Football League has announced the players that have been invited to the 2013 NFL Draft in just a few weeks and there’s a chance one of them will be the newest member of the Miami Dolphins.
Miami Dolphins left guard Richie Incognito had a reputation as a dirty player in the early part of his career when he came to Miami. He cleaned up his act by most accounts, but Houston Texans defensive end Antonio Smith doesn’t agree.
The Miami Dolphins locked up a couple of big men to one year contracts Tuesday evening. The Dolphins announced defensive lineman Phillip Merling and offensive tackle Lydon Murtha signed their restricted free agent tenders.
Nose tackle has become one of the highest-paid and most in-demand positions in the NFL. So when a team like the Dolphins finds a stud like Paul Soliai, they will look to keep him around and hope he shows the dedication to the team he had before he landed a big contract.