The Dolphins continued their spending spree on Tuesday and surprised many by signing former Ravens LB Dannell Ellerbe on Tuesday.
The worst-kept secret during free agency, that the Dolphins were hot on the trail of WR Mike Wallace, came to fruition at the open of free agency.
We highlight the top three needs on offense and defense for the Miami Dolphins, and take a look back at their 2012 draft class.
Matt Moore could have entered free agency as the top quarterback available. Instead, he is staying in Miami.
The Dolphins re-signed WR Brian Hartline to a five-year deal worth $30.775 million, Pro Football Talk first reported.
The Dolphins used their franchise tag on one of their several key free agents Monday, tagging DT Randy Starks, according to multiple reports.
The Dolphins agreed to a referendum on their plan seeking tax money for an upgrade of their stadium, a person familiar with the discussions said.
The Raiders hired Tony Sparano as the team’s assistant head coach/offensive line.
The Dolphins announced modernization plans for Sun Life Stadium in hopes of getting the support South Florida needs to host Super Bowl 50.
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross announced a plan to modernize Sun Life Stadium, a plan that will range in cost from $375-400 million.
The Dolphins have a clear need for an upgrade at wide receiver, a position that will be a key target in free agency and the draft.
The Bills and Jets gave the Patriots an early New Year's gift, making front-office changes, further cementing New England as the class of the AFC East.
The AFC East may boast the No. 2 seed in the league in the Patriots, but the rest of the division remains well behind New England.
Tom Brady threw two touchdown passes and the Patriots regained their dominance after a rare slump, earning a playoff bye with a 28-0 win over the Dolphins.
Stopping Tom Brady and the Patriots’ passing game is tough enough, but Miami can pull off an upset if it can stop New England’s running game.