The worst kept secret in the National Football League ahead of the official start of free agency seems to be the Miami Dolphins will address one of the holes on the offensive line by signing left tackle Branden Albert Tuesday evening.
How much is hosting a Super Bowl worth? Apparently to Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross it’s up to $400 million! But there’s a catch.
Safety Louis Delmas has signed a one-year contract with the Miami Dolphins that’s worth up to $3.5 million.
The Miami Dolphins were set to enter unrestricted free agency Tuesday with around $35 million in cap space available. Instead, with one move they will begin with $40 million to spend.
The Miami Dolphins have holes all along the offensive line, but it appears that the most important position on the line may be filled when free agency kicks off at 4 p.m. Tuesday.
Tuesday’s 4 p.m. opening of free agency in the National Football League will likely see the Miami Dolphins make a big splash when they sign left tackle Branden Albert. But if things play out correctly, it won’t be the only big splash the Fins make.
The Miami Dolphins’ needs along the offensive line is well known, but the team may be preparing to make a big addition to the team’s secondary.
Going into the new season, the Miami Dolphins are going to need major help on the offensive.
If the Miami Dolphins do in fact covet left tackle Eugene Monroe as reports have suggested, it’s going to cost the team at least $10 million per season to get him.
Thursday, an attorney for former Miami Dolphins trainer Kevin O’Neill said his client was improperly singled out to appease a “public outcry for action” after the release of the Ted Wells report.