Salary Cap Space
The Miami Dolphins are ripe with cap space heading into free agency, but will have several key defensive contributors to address if the team wants to remain a contender for the NFL playoffs
Despite spending more than $200 million in contracts during the 2013 offseason, the Miami Dolphins appear to be in decent salary cap space heading into training camp and the 2014 season.
As the Miami Heat celebrates its latest championship, it’s never too early to take a peek at what could be coming for the franchise that has dominated the Eastern Conference for the last three years in a row.
Will Branden Albert become the next left tackle for the Miami Dolphins? That’s the question that is officially on the clock for Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland as the NFL Draft approaches on Thursday.
The Miami Dolphins have solved their glut of linebackers by cutting middle linebacker Karlos Dansby, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald.
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.
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.
While the Miami Dolphins are on the outside looking in on the NFL Playoffs again this year, there is hope thanks to salary cap management that gives the team a lot of flexibility in the offseason. But Miami isn’t alone when it comes to tons of salary cap space.
The Miami Dolphins enter the 2013 calendar year with plenty of questions surrounding a roster that over-performed at times and looked completely overmatched at others.
Lost amidst the hubbub created Monday night by the Miami Dolphins signing free agent quarterback David Garrard was the release of veteran strong safety Yeremiah Bell.