NFL Free Agency
The Miami Dolphins applied the franchise tag to defensive tackle Randy Starks Monday ahead of the 4 p.m. deadline to decide on franchising players, according to NFL.com.
The Miami Dolphins have a well-established need for game-breaking wide receivers that can run like the wind. While many have slotted Mike Wallace as the Fins’ big target in free agency due to his speed and ability; the NFL Combine may be reshaping those plans.
As the Miami Dolphins look to build a roster to win consistently in the NFL, one thing the Dolphins have plenty of this offseason is salary cap space.
The long-national nightmare is over as free agent quarterback Peyton Manning has chosen to play for John Elway’s Denver Broncos next season, according to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen.
The seemingly never-ending saga that is Peyton Manning’s free agency took another turn Wednesday night, but it wasn’t a turn that looks to favor the Miami Dolphins.
While the Miami Dolphins continue to just be observers in the first 24 hours of free agency; the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have decided to spend a lot of their available salary cap space.
The Miami Dolphins are in the midst of a transition from a 3-4 defensive scheme to a 4-3 defense, and that means some players may not fit in the new defense.
The Heat stunk it up in Orlando last night. The Panthers won to keep a slim lead in the southeast division. But today’s agenda is primarily about the Miami Dolphins and NFL free agency.
While Peyton Manning’s new contract will be incentive-laden, there could be a secondary player who would come with Manning. For the Dolphins, this player could be a familiar face to Miami Hurricanes fans.
The 2012 Super Bowl is fading into memory and that means it’s almost time for the NFL to officially turn the page on the league calendar. That’s important because franchise tags can be applied this week and free agency is just weeks away.