Pro Football Talk "Dolphins defensive tackle Randy Starks appears ready to stay in Miami. The Dolphins and Starks are close to an agreement that would keep Starks around at a salary of about $6 million a year, according to Jason La Canfora of CBS." March 12
Pro Football Talk "Tackle Jonathan Martin is indeed returning to the Bay Area. And he’ll play for one of his head coaches at Stanford, Jim Harbaugh. The 49ers and Dolphins have issued separate statements announcing the trade. The Dolphins describe the compensation as an undisclosed draft pick. The trade..." March 12
The Phinsider "The Miami Dolphins are striking fast in the early minutes of the 2014 NFL Free Agency period. Both Branden Albert and Earl Mitchell are said to have been signed by the team. [EDITOR'S NOTE: Not surprisngly, there is some descripancy with this. Some reports are saying he's signed, some are..." March 11
The Falcoholic "The Falcons land a true-blue, 340-pound nose tackle. The Atlanta Falcons continue to pursue linemen on both sides of the ball as the 2014 NFL free agency period gets into full swing. The latest addition: former Miami Dolphins nose tackle Paul Soliai, who officially signed a multi-year deal..." March 11
Pride Of Detroit "The Detroit Lions may be targeting Chris Clemons to fill their need at safety. It looks like the Detroit Lions and Miami Dolphins could potentially swap starting safeties. Delmas signed with the Dolphins on Monday, and former Dolphins safety Chris Clemons is reportedly drawing interest from the..." March 11
i'm still hearing NY Jets in the mix for receiver James Jones along with NY Giants, Miami Dolphins and a fourth team...Detroit Lions no more
The Phinsider "In what may be the worst kept secret of the "legal tampering" period over the weekend, offensive tackle Branden Albert and the Miami Dolphins were negotiating and said to be close on a deal. Today, that deal came to fruition as NFL free agency opened. The Miami Dolphins have a left tackle. In..." March 11
The Phinsider "The Miami Dolphins released cornerback Dimitri Patterson today, saving the team over $5 million against the salary cap. As free agency gets ready to begin tomorrow, many teams are preparing by adding salary cap room through relasing veteran players. The Miami Dolphins did that today with the..." March 10
CBSSports.com "Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is about to prove that you can renovate an NFL stadium without using public money. The league's third-richest owner is set to announce that he'll be funding up to $400 million in renovations to Sun Life Stadium, according to the Associated Press. The original..." March 10
Safety Louis Delmas agrees to terms with the Dolphins. Max deal of $3.5 million for one year.
The #Dolphins deal with LT Branden Albert is not 100% done. But "almost" done (unofficially, of course). He'll be a Dolphin.
Pro Football Talk "Last year, the Dolphins nearly traded for Chiefs tackle Branden Albert. This year, they need only to make a deal with Albert himself. Per a league source, all signs currently point to Albert signing with the Dolphins not long after the market officially opens on Tuesday. Albert instantly..." March 09
Miami Herald "Devin Hester is the most productive kick-return specialist in NFL history. Gee, do you think the Miami Dolphins, 26th in the league in scoring last year, could use some of that? It's a simple question with all kinds of clumsy qualifiers, starting with Hester's age (31), but the Chicago..." March 09
Fansided "Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Jason Hatcher is coming off a career year, during a season when the Cowboys’ defense was riddled with injuries and he drew extra attention. At least one of those team is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Other teams reportedly interested in Hatcher’s services are Miami..." March 09
Fansided "The Miami Dolphins and defensive tackle Paul Soliai haven’t made any progress on a new deal. From the Miami Herald: In short, both Paul Soliai and Randy Starks – who have anchored the middle of Miami’s D-line for the last half-decade – are most likely gone. There has been no progress..." March 08
Pro Football Talk "A year ago, the Dolphins made a huge splash in free agency, signing three guys to $125 million worth of contracts on the first day. They might make an equivalent ripple this year, or it might be bigger because of the sheer size of the free agents involved. According to Barry Jackson of the..." March 08
Meanwhile, the Dolphins remain very interested in former Lions safety Louis Delmas, who came in for a visit late last month.
No new talks between McKinnie and the Dolphins, who will jump with both feet into the OT pool (if they haven't already).
Miami Herald "Welcome to NFL free agency – sort of. While signings can’t happen until the league calendar turns over at 4 p.m. Tuesday, teams could legally enter into talks with players on other rosters at noon Saturday. But for the Dolphins, their reality at defensive tackle came into focus long before..." March 08
Miami Herald "The Miami Dolphins’ decision to give cornerback Brent Grimes a four-year contract instead of the franchise tag will end up saving the team more than $7 million in cap space in the 2014 season. According to details of the contract obtained by the Miami Herald, Grimes’ cap hit will be $4 million..." March 06
CBSSports.com "Former head Dolphins trainer Kevin O'Neill, who was fired last month based on the findings in the Ted Wells report, has hired a Palm Beach-based law firm to represent him in what could be a contentious wrongful termination lawsuit, the Palm Beach Post reports. O'Neill, who was with the Dolphins..." March 06
NFL.com "The NFL Competition Committee has discussed experimenting this preseason with a longer -- much longer -- extra-point try. According to one member, the committee's meetings this weekend included preliminary talks about placing the ball at the 25-yard line for the extra-point kick -- which would..." March 03
Dolphins gave Pro-Bowl CB Brent Grimes a four-year, $32 million deal that includes $16 million guaranteed, per ESPN source.
Miami Herald "In the days before he reportedly checked himself into an Arizona psychiatric facility, Richie Incognito was calling some friends at odd hours, apparently after drinking, and leaving messages about being followed by NFL and government investigators. He complained that his agent,..." March 03
Pro Football Talk "After the firing of offensive line coach Jim Turner as a result of the Dolphins’ bullying scandal, the team has promoted John Benton to offensive line coach, and Jack Bicknell Jr. has been named assistant offensive line coach. “With the promotion of John Benton, along with the addition of Jack..." March 01
Pro Football Talk "Conflicting reports have emerged on Friday regarding whether the Dolphins would trade receiver Mike Wallace, defensive end Cameron Wake, and/or defensive end Dion Jordan. Setting aside for now the question of whether the Dolphins would or wouldn’t trade any, some, or all of these players, it’s..." March 01
Free agent safety Louis Delmas visited the Dolphins today.
Yahoo! Sports "After the Ferrari-bashing incident and a weird, rambling interview with a Phoenix television station, Richie Incognito is getting help. NFL Network's Jeff Darlington said the Dolphins guard is being treated at a facility in Arizona after "severe mental stress" caused by the fallout from the..." February 28
NFL.com "The salary cap is set to make a big jump in 2014. NFL Media's Albert Breer reported Thursday the cap is expected to be set at $133 million, according to union and team sources. The official number could come as soon as Friday, according to Breer. The $133 million salary cap figure would be..." February 28
MIA has been gauging trade value for '13 1st round pick Dion Jordan, league sources said, after trading up to 3rd overall for him last year
Miami Herald "In the days following the release of the Ted Wells report there were questions what the Dolphins would do with center Mike Pouncey. Would they trade Pouncey because he was implicated, along with Richie Incognito and John Jerry, as the alleged tormentors of Jonathan Martin? Would they cut..." February 28
Pro Football Talk "This may be the last season in which only 12 teams make the playoffs. Starting with the 2015 season, the NFL is likely to expand to seven playoff teams in each conference. Sources told Mark Maske of the Washington Post that the plan could be approved by the owners as soon as next month. “I..." February 27
Palm Beach Post "Richie Incognito told the Scottsdale Police Department that he smashed his own Ferrari in a fit of rage, according to a report from TMZ. TMZ first reported the incident yesterday after a neighbor noticed that someone had smashed up Incognito’s car with a bat. But now it appears that..." February 27
National Football Post "Teammates are concerned about embattled Miami Dolphins offensive guard Richie Incognito's recent irrational behavior and mental state, according to league sources. Incognito admitted to Scottsdale police that he inflicted damage on his own Ferrari with a baseball bat in front of his..." February 27
TMZ.com "Someone smashed up Richie Incognito's expensive black Ferrari with a baseball bat ... in front of the NFL player's home in Scottsdale, AZ ... and TMZ Sports has photos of the destruction. Sources tell TMZ Sports ... Richie's neighbors first noticed the car had been attacked on Wednesday..." February 27
Baltimore Beat Down "The Ravens would like to lock Monroe up before free agency begins. There appears to be at least one suitor that would compete with Baltimore for Eugene Monroe's services if he hits the free agent market. According to the Miami Herald, the Dolphins would probably pursue Monroe if he becomes..." February 26
Pro Football Talk "For several weeks, if not longer, we’ve said that the Colts could be the best fit for Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin, if/when (when) Martin leaves the Dolphins. Colts quarterback Andrew Luck believes it’s a good fit, too.On Wednesday, Luck told Pro Football Talk on NBCSN that he supports the..." February 26
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Jonathan Martin firmly intends to continue his NFL career in 2014, but according to sources he'd prefer it not be with the Miami Dolphins, which subjected Martin to a hostile working environment that forced him to quit the team last October. When asked directly what Martin, a 23-game starting..." February 26
The Phinsider "The Miami Dolphins have a couple more weeks before a slew of their players hit the free agent market. Between now and then, the team has to make a decision on what players they want to bring back. Cornerback Brent Grimes, who should be near the top of the list, is "pretty optimistic" that he will..." February 25
CBSSports.com "The Miami Dolphins expressed interest in Jonathan Martin returning to the team during their combine meeting with his agents, according to league sources. The agents for Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin met with Dolphins CEO Dawn Aponte, new GM Dennis Hickey and coach Joe Philbin at the combine..." February 25
CBSSports.com "The Miami Dolphins bullying scandal, amplified in advance of the 2014 NFL Combine thanks to the release of the Ted Wells report, remains very much in the news. Unless you're Ryan Tannehill. Despite most of the NFL-watching world waiting to see what punishments and personnel moves will come as a..." February 25
Don't be surprised if AZ and MIA have at least some level of interest in Chiefs OT Branden Albert, who's not expected to return to KC.
MIA met with the agent for CB Nolan Carroll to express their interest in keeping him. He will hit the market, and see who makes best offers
Pro Football Talk "Dolphins coach Joe Philbin wasn’t able to save offensive line coach Jim Turner’s job. But Philbin was able to save Turner’s pay. Ben Volin of the Boston Globe reports that the Dolphins owner Stephen Ross wanted to fire Turner with cause, which would have cut off the two remaining years of..." February 23
Fansided "It appears Jonathan Martin will never play for the Miami Dolphins again – this according to the Boston Globe. Martin, of course, the subject of bullying from former teammate Richie Incognitio left the team during the middle of the 2013 season, leading to a tidal wave of drama which likely..." February 23
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Stephen Morris, the University of Miami quarterback, expressed the view of many participants in the NFL Scouting Combine when he said basically gave a “no comment” on the Dolphins’ bullying scandal. “I really have no place to comment on it because I really haven’t been in the locker room, I..." February 23
Fansided "When the Wells’ Report was released and exposed three Miami Dolphins players as nothing more than locker room bullies, there was a wave of reaction across he league and within the Dolphins organization. While all three players mentioned are still on the team, it’s expected that all of their..." February 22
Fansided "Missouri Tigers football star and defensive player of the year Michael Sam stepped to the podium at the NFL Scouting Combine to address the NFL media for the first time since he came out as gay earlier in Feburary and it appeared he wasn’t fazed at all by the attention he’s been given..." February 22