Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Among all the moves Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland made this off-season, you'd think he might consider the team's greatest accomplishment to be signing wide receiver Mike Wallace, the top free agent on the market, or trading up to No. 3 to draft defensive end/linebacker Dion..." May 18
Miami Herald "In shorts and sandals, Dan Carpenter was as relaxed as it gets Thursday. And for good reason. He had a few days of golf and fishing ahead of him — part of the annual FinsWeekend, benefiting the Miami Dolphins Foundation. Carpenter better enjoy it. Come August, his life would fray the..." May 17
Miami Herald "Jeff Ireland was careful not to add to the Miami Dolphins’ skyrocketing expectations Friday. But he didn’t exact tamp them down, either. “We’re excited where we’re at right now,” the team’s general manager said, before teeing off at the team’s charity golf tournament at Turnberry Isle in..." May 17
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The Miami Dolphins signed free agent quarterback Aaron Corp, adding a fourth arm to the training camp roster. To make room for Corp, who began his collegiate career at USC before transferring to Richmond, the Dolphins released long snapper Patrick Scales. Corp, who was signed in 2012 by the..." May 16
Miami Herald "The Dolphins are totally new. They have new uniforms. They have a new logo. They’ve committed a whopping $204 million in new contracts this offseason with $91 million of that hefty sum guaranteed to 14 players. They signed the best wide receiver in free agency. They got the first defensive..." May 16
NFL.com "A warrant has been issued for the arrest of former NFL wide receiver Chad Johnson in Florida. The warrant was issued May 7 in Broward County because Johnson violated several terms of his probation, according to the Broward Sheriff's Office. The BSO said Johnson failed to meet with probation..." May 16
QB Aaron Corp has a new team: Agreed to a one-year deal with the Dolphins.
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The Miami Dolphins have signed three of nine players selected in the 2013 draft. Linebacker Jelani Jenkins, kicker Caleb Sturgis and cornerback Don Jones signed their four-year contracts on Tuesday. Jenkins was the Dolphins' first fourth-round selection (104th overall) in the 2013 draft...." May 15
Pro Football Talk "Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill has been working with new Miami receiver Mike Wallace, and he likes what he sees. “Everything I heard about him coming in has proved to be true – he’s as advertised,” Tannehill told the Miami Herald. “He’s the fastest guy I’ve ever thrown to. It’s..." May 12
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Threats of the Miami Dolphins leaving South Florida is a card to be played in a future hand. For now it is thinly veiled. In his first interview after the bill to help fund modernization of Sun Life Stadium died in the Florida Legislature, CEO Mike Dee mentioned that the Dolphins are one of..." May 12
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "It wasn't Dion Sims' 40-time, shuttle run, bench press reps or vertical leaping ability that caught the NFL's attention. There was one number that stuck out like a sore thumb when it came to many NFL talent evaluators' opinions of the Miami Dolphins' new tight end. During his senior season..." May 11
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Recent NFL history says Dion Jordan, the Dolphins’ rookie defensive end/linebacker, has a good chance of being a high-quality player. Among the previous 10 players selected No. 3 in the NFL Draft, three are likely Hall of Fame players -- Houston wide receiver Andre Johnson, Arizona wide..." May 11
Miami Herald "Now that efforts to secure public funding for Sun Life Stadium renovations have failed in varying degrees in both Miami-Dade and Broward counties, is a move to Palm Beach an option? Miami Dolphins CEO Mike Dee certainly didn’t dismiss it Thursday. At a brief meeting with reporters, Dee was..." May 10
NFL.com "NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, like Miami Dolphins ownership, was disappointed that voters in Miami were not able to vote on a proposal concerning renovations to Sun Life Stadium. In a wide-ranging sit-down interview with NFL.com's Steve Wyche on Thursday, Goodell dampened recent talk that..." May 10
Fox Sports Arizona "Linebacker Karlos Dansby is returning to the Arizona Cardinals after three seasons with the Miami Dolphins. He agreed Friday to a one-year contract. Dansby (6-4, 250) began his career with the Cardinals as a second-round draft pick in 2004 out of Auburn and played six seasons for Arizona. He..." May 10
#AzCardinals agree to 1-year deal with LB Karlos Dansby.
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Miami Dolphins owner Steve Ross is getting rid of half of his $4.4 billion fortune — all for the sake of charity. Ross became on Tuesday one of the new nine members to join the Giving Pledge, which is a long-term, global initiative created by Warren Buffett and Bill and Melinda Gates that aims..." May 08
Hearing LB Karlos Dansby is scheduled to visit the Cards tomorrow, based on recent events Cards need an insurance policy at linebacker.
Miami Herald "The Dolphins addressed their void at offensive tackle on Sunday by agreeing to terms with veteran Tyson Clabo on a one-year deal. Clabo, 31, has started every game at right tackle for the Atlanta Falcons over the past five seasons and was a Pro Bowl selection in 2010. “He will be a great..." May 06
ESPN.com "Miami Dolphins CEO Mike Dee said in a television interview Sunday his team won't pay for any renovations to Sun Life Stadium after the Florida Legislature ended its session without passing any funding plan that would assist the team's quest to refurbish the stadium. "We cannot do this without a..." May 06
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Dolphins rookie cornerbacks Will Davis and Jamar Taylor were teammates for the Senior Bowl in January, but putting on those uniforms didn't compare to putting on their Dolphins practice gear Friday for the opening day of Miami's three-day rookie minicamp. Apparently it was a transcendent..." May 05
Sources: The Dolphins are working on finalizing a deal with Tyson Clabo. He has emerged as their choice at right tackle.
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The Florida Legislature ended its 2013 session Friday by passing an elections do-over and the largest budget in state history, but without delivering tax subsidies to the Miami Dolphins, Orlando soccer boosters and a cadre of other sports teams. Lawmakers sent Gov. Rick Scott an elections..." May 04
CBSSports.com "The NFL season hasn't started yet, but the Miami Dolphins already have suffered their first defeat. Florida lawmakers ended their 60-day legislative session on Friday without approving a deal that would have provided taxpayer support for a $350 million dollar upgrade to Sun Life Stadium,..." May 04
Miami Herald "The employment packets at this Miami Gardens job fair had a little something extra: a pledge card to sign supporting a tax-funded renovation of Sun Life Stadium. On Thursday, the Miami Dolphins opened up the stadium to hundreds of job seekers interested in working on a $350 million renovation..." May 03
Miami Herald "Answers start coming this week. Not definitive answers, mind you. That will take months. But when the Dolphins’ rookies convene over the next three days for a minicamp that is closed to the public, the coaches and front office will start gleaning insight into which of the healthy rookies will..." May 03
From Total Access: I'm told parties view Branden Albert deal as "dead." Chiefs will now turn their attention to a long-term deal for Albert.
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The Miami Dolphins’ search for an offensive tackle led them to have workouts Wednesday for three players – Kansas City right tackle Eric Winston, Indianapolis right tackle Winston Justice and Atlanta right tackle Tyler Clabo. That follows a workout by Baltimore left tackle Bryant McKinnie on..." May 02
Miami Herald "It will be at least a trio of tackles working out for the Dolphins on Wednesday. NFL sources said former University of Miami offensive tackle Eric Winston, former Atlanta starter Tyson Clabo and former Indianapolis starter Winston Justice will be spending Wednesday in Davie as the Dolphins..." May 01
The OT market continues to churn: Dolphins have considered Bryant McKinnie and Eric Winston, and Tyson Clabo will visit starting tonight
Former Colts and Eagles OT Winston Justice is scheduled to work out for the Dolphins on Wednesday.
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Anyone that claims they don't feel the pressure of keeping up with their neighbor is either a liar or the person in their community with the nicest house and nicest ride. It is human nature to compare and covet, to be envious and competitive. It goes all the way back to biblical days. Sports..." April 29
Free agent LT Bryant McKinnie, a SB winner with BAL, remains in contact w/Ravens, visited today with MIA and has visit scheduled with SD
I'm told free agent tackle Bryant McKinnie is visiting Dolphins' facility today. Team obviously needs a tackle. McKinnie now on the radar.
Source: Dolphins have maintained a steady dialogue with Eric Winston, and we should know in the near future if a deal is a real possibility.
Palm Beach Post "At 6-feet-6 and 248 pounds, there is a lot of Dion Jordan to size up. It might make more sense, though, to analyze General Manager Jeff Ireland’s history as a personnel pro when it comes to figuring out why the Dolphins jumped so far and so fast in the first round to get the Oregon star. Listen..." April 28
Jeff Ireland says Brandon Albert trade "Is not going to really amount to much, my personal opinion." But adds, "never say never."
Miami Herald "The grudge Tony Sparano held after the Dolphins’ surreptitious courting of Jim Harbaugh in early 2011 “damaged the whole organization,” owner Stephen Ross said on Dan Le Batard’s show on 790 The Ticket on Friday afternoon. Appearing as a guest to talk about the future of Sun Life Stadium, Ross..." April 27
Fox Sports Florida "The Miami Dolphins focused on two important need positions during the NFL Draft’s second and third rounds on Friday night. Miami selected Boise State cornerback Jamar Taylor in the second round (No. 54 overall) and Utah State cornerback Will Davis in the third round (No. 93 overall). In..." April 27
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The Miami Dolphins have traded Davone Bess to the Cleveland Browns, and a league source says the veteran receiver has agreed to a three-year extension with his new team. Terms of the trade were not immediately disclosed, but the Dolphins were shopping for a mid-round pick. Bess, who has..." April 26
Browns & Dolphins haggling over mid-round picks for Davone Bess. Deadline? 7 pm. Bess needs to be at airport for last flight for physical
Miami Herald "The old adage is you don't find starting left tackles in the second or third round of the NFL draft. The Dolphins might be able to do exactly that -- sort of -- today. General manager Jeff Ireland of Miami and general manager John Dorsey of Kansas City are scheduled to speak today before the..." April 26
Miami Herald "The Miami Dolphins pulled off a huge draft-day splash, moving up to the third pick and selecting Oregon pass-rusher Dion Jordan. And it was surprisingly easy to get up that high. The Dolphins simply surrendered their 12th and 42nd overall picks to get there. Jordan will pair with Cameron..." April 26
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Jeff Ireland isn't naive. He knows he's on borrowed time. The Miami Dolphins' general manager realizes this could be his last draft as the final voice of an NFL franchise's draft room. How many executives in professional sports get six seasons to turn a franchise into a winner these..." April 25
The Dolphins are willing to give up pick No. 54 for Albert. They can work out a long-term contract with Albert. Adds to the drama.
ESPN.com "The Dolphins and Chiefs have agreed not to further discuss a potential trade involving Kansas City left tackle Branden Albert until after both teams make their first-round selections in Thursday night's NFL draft, according to a league source. That assumes the Dolphins haven't chosen an..." April 25
Filed to USA Today Sports: Chiefs still taking calls from teams inquiring about the No. 1 pick; negotiating with Dolphins for B. Albert.
Akron Beacon Journal "The Browns are seriously considering a trade for Miami Dolphins wide receiver Davone Bess, the Chicago Sun-Times reported tonight. Several teams are in the mix for Bess, and the compensation would be mid-round draft picks, according to the report. The Dolphins also called the Arizona..." April 25
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Ask wide receiver Brian Hartline what he thinks of the Dolphins’ revamped offense and he won’t mince words. “Championship offense,” he said. Meaning…? “I think we got every move we needed to make,” he said. “We probably could add some depth at certain positions, but we’ve got all the..." April 24
Palm Beach Post "Who do I look like? Mel Kiper? Don’t answer that. Let’s just proceed under the premise that projecting the NFL draft is a complex science, in the same way that tagging buffaloes and tracking their movements is science, and let’s agree that asking me to guess whom the Miami Dolphins will..." April 24