The Miami Dolphins roster has several holes in it, but none are bigger than the need for an impact, game-breaking wide receiver. While the Dolphins may want to build through the draft, free agency may be the best option for the Fins to make significant improvements.
When the Miami Dolphins chose rookie offensive left tackle Jonathan Martin out of Stanford, they knew he would be on a learning curve switching to right tackle. But with the release of the first depth chart, Martin seems to have won the Fins coaching staff over.
It’s tough to miss a 6’8” nearly 340 pound man, but the Miami Hurricanes football team had been doing just that through the first three practices of fall camp.
Offensive tackle Jonathan Martin has come to an agreement with the Miami Dolphins on a four-year contract that will pay him just less than $5 million, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
As the days continue to countdown towards the annual NFL Draft, the game for writers and fans is to try to figure out who the Dolphins will pick based on who the team has checked out.
The University of Miami Hurricanes football program is as storied as any in the country over the last four decades. But even the most popular programs have to reach into the student population for help from time to time.
The annual NFL Draft is less than a month away and Tuesday, the league released the full draft order of the 253 picks.
Lost amidst the hubbub of the Dolphins victory and the stellar performance of Reggie Bush was the solid job a backup did trying to fill the biggest shoes on the Fins’ offense.
Since left tackle Jake Long arrived in Miami; he’s fortified the left tackle position and become a Pro Bowl left tackle. But, Long will want a long-term contract in the next year or two and what happened in Cleveland Monday night set the bar for a left tackle contract.
While top young talent like tight end Zach Miller aren’t being called, the Miami Dolphins have decided to give another team’s trash a new contract. The Dolphins have signed veteran offensive tackle Marc Colombo.