Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland and the rest of the front office staff put together quite a package to land receiver Mike Wallace, but the numbers for that contract reveal just how much the Fins expect of Wallace.
While it’s been assumed that Davone Bess would remain the Miami Dolphins’ slot receiver; that may or may not be the case. According to the New York Daily News, the Dolphins and Jets are currently pursuing wide receiver Brandon Gibson.
While most of us spent the weekend enjoying some time off, the Miami Dolphins were hard at work trying to woo the top wide receiver in free agency to sign with the team.
The Miami Dolphins finally put pen to paper Friday on a new deal with wide receiver Brian Hartline after a career season for the former Ohio State Buckeye.
The Miami Dolphins appear ready to begin rebuilding the wide receiver corps around Brian Hartline.
One of the bigger names in the free agent wide receiver class, Greg Jennings, is now openly saying he would play for the Miami Dolphins.
It’s well-known the Miami Dolphins are in the market for wide receivers during the offseason. With free agency quickly approaching, one player who is very familiar with Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin’s offense is taking steps that make it look like he may be available soon.
If you have dependable hands, can run like the wind, and have eligibility left, the Miami Hurricanes may want to talk to you about suiting up at wide receiver.
To trade or not to trade, that is the question the Miami Dolphins must answer by Thursday’s 4 p.m. trade deadline in the National Football League.
The Miami Dolphins have a quality starting quarterback on the bench, but are needy at wide receiver. The Kansas City Chiefs have a star receiver, but no quarterback worth starting on the roster.