The Dolphins have agreed to a contract with Karlos Dansby, considered the top linebacker on the unrestricted free-agent market. The former Cardinal accepted a five-year, $43 million deal Friday night, with $22 million guaranteed, according to wire service reports.
After failing in their attempt to cut Joey Porter earlier this offseason, the Dolphins made it official on Friday, as Porter was released along with ILB Akin Ayodele.
The Dolphins will release S Gibril Wilson Friday, Wilson's agent, Alvin Keels, announced on Twitter.
Miami placed a first-round tender on Ronnie Brown, reports indicate, and an original-round tender on Anthony Fasano.
The Bills will be looking this offseason for a starting quarterback to replace Trent Edwards and Ryan Fitzpatrick. With the start of free agency and the NFL draft just around the corner, PFW examines the needs of each team, position ...
During a press conference at the Combine, Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland responded to reports that he likely would be cutting S Gibril Wilson after a disappointing 2009 season.
Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland, who usually keeps a low profile, held a rare press conference at the Combine Thursday and addressed a variety of subjects, including the team's plans for OLB Joey Porter.
Will Allen, the Dolphins' starting right cornerback, was arrested early Saturday morning in Miami Beach on charges of driving while under the influence.
Dolphins OLB Jason Taylor recently underwent shoulder surgery, which should keep him out of action approximately three months, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
Hours after the Dolphins had announced Friday that they had released Joey Porter, the outspoken outside linebacker was back on the roster. Word is the release put Miami over the league's salary cap, so they had to undo his ...
The Dolphins announced Monday that Dawn Aponte has been hired as their senior vice president of football operations.
The Dolphins have erected a statue in front of their new offices honoring former coach Don Shula, and it was unveiled Sunday prior to the Pro Bowl.
Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano seemed to indicate the team was moving on from Jason Ferguson at a press conference for the Senior Bowl Jan. 28, and he discussed the difficulty of finding quality nose tackles at the pro level.
Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano stopped short of giving QB Chad Henne a full endorsement as the starter for next season in his comments directly following a 2009 season that ended with a disappointing loss to the Steelers.
Less than one day after he resigned from the Broncos, the Dolphins have hired Mike Nolan as their defensive coordinator, according to a FOXSports.com report.