Category Archives: Miami Dolphins
Only five to free agency for this 2013. One was the ex-Dolphins linebacker. Second, a person who had played 36 games with 189 receptions, 20 touchdowns while averaging 15.3 yards per catch and collecting 128 first downs. Third, future Hall of Fame safety who can still play and would be an outstanding addition to a few teams trying to get over the top. Fourth, a person who stay remains an outstanding backup candidate. Last, who has last three seasons he has tackles, 39 sacks, and 11 forced fumbles.
Multiple sources tell the Sun-Sentinel Steelers receiver Mike Wallace, who won’t be given the franchise tag by the Steelers this offseason, is the team’s top target.
And much like Miami’s pursuit of Jim Harbaugh, Jeff Fisher and Peyton Manning, everyone inside the NFL knows Dolphins owner Steve Ross is a big spender, and expects him to set the bidding market high.
For an organization attempting to build good will in the community after years of ineptitude, the Miami Dolphins can’t seem to get out of their own way.
This should be an exciting offseason where the Dolphins make the leap from being the perrenial 7-9 joke they have been since 2009 into a team ready to contend for a playoff berth. The defense just needs some holes plugged (holes that can easily be plugged in the draft), while the offense has a quarterback in place that has developed well and just needs some playmakers alongside him to really make the offense click.
Taking away a key playmaker and the Dolphins’ most marketable player off the field is not the right way to go!
But according to CBSSports.com’s Jason LaCanfora, that’s exactly what the Dolphins are planning on doing.
Reggie Bush‘s ability to make explosive plays and contribute on special teams will lead to a nice market forming for him, I’m sure, and it’s highly unlikely he stays with Miami, sources said.
The Dolphins have opened talks with defensive tackle Randy Starks and made clear they want to sign him. But the sides aren’t close on financial terms. Some had speculated that Miami might prefer to move Jared Odrick to tackle and draft or sign a starting defensive end. But that would become a possibility only if Miami is unable to sign Starks.