The New England Patriots continued to win Sunday night, but the win could come with a heavy cost that could help open the door for the Miami Dolphins.
New York Giants defensive tackle Shaun Rogers is the victim of an apparent burglary while he was staying at the Fontainebleau in Miami Beach.
The Miami Dolphins have re-signed massive nose tackle Paul Soliai roughly 24 hours after he became an unrestricted free agent, according to CBS4′s Kim Bokamper.
Each year, the NFL gathers more than 200 of the top draft prospects in Indianapolis for the annual scouting combine. And each year, there are combine freaks who rocket up draft boards after turning in great performances.
The Miami Dolphins face a tough financial decision with nose tackle Paul Soliai this offseason and it just got more expensive.
The linchpin of the Miami Dolphins defense isn’t locked up to a long-term contract and is set to hit unrestricted free agency next year.
After hours of waiting, the Miami Dolphins have finally agreed to terms with their first veteran free agent. According to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald, the Dolphins have agreed to a 2-year deal with reserve defensive lineman Tony McDaniel.
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.
The Miami Dolphins placed the franchise tag on Soliai Thursday, according to NFL.com.
When the Miami Dolphins look at their offseason priority list, none is bigger, literally, than nose tackle Paul Soliai. The 6’4”, 355 pound Soliai is the key to the 3-4 defense the Fins run.