With Joey Porter and Jason Taylor out of the picture, the development of OLB Cameron Wake becomes an even more significant story line in 2010.
Former Dolphins OLB Jason Taylor will sign a one-year deal with the Jets as early as Wednesday, Taylor's agent, Gary Wichard, told the Miami Herald.
Brandon Marshall may have a checkered past, but he's the receiver Miami needed, and should boost an offense that needed a threat to pick up yards after the catch.
Denver has shipped WR Brandon Marshall to the Dolphins, the Broncos confirmed Wednesday morning.
There is talk that Oklahoma State WR Dez Bryant, the highest-rated receiver in the draft, could fall to the Dolphins.
The Dolphins are in need of an outside linebacker, but they're not rushing to have Jason Taylor fill the void.
Dolphins RB Ronnie Brown was arrested Friday night near Atlanta on suspicion of drunken driving, according to a report.
The Dolphins re-signed WR Davone Bess, PK Dan Carpenter and TE Joey Haynos to one-year contracts this week, The South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported Saturday. All three players were exclusive-rights free agents.
The Dolphins announced Wednesday that they have signed free-agent OG Richie Incognito. According to the Palm Beach Post, the one-year deal could be worth a little more than $1.3 million.
It looked like the Dolphins may have had a replacement for Gibril Wilson, who was released as free agency began, at free safety when Ryan Clark came in for a visit, but Clark opted to re-sign with the Steelers.
The Dolphins have announced they re-signed NT Jason Ferguson, who has been suspended for the first eight games of next season.
Here's a look at the teams that have spent the most wisely to this point and which ones overextended themselves after the first weekend of free agency.
The Dolphins have filled one need with the signing of playmaking ex-Cardinals LB Karlos Dansby, but their defense is in need of more remodeling.
Free-agent NT Jason Ferguson was suspended for the first eight games of the 2010 season, according to a report on Yahoo! Sports, after violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances.
QB Chad Pennington will return to Miami, having signed a one-year contract that will pay him $2.5 million, according to ESPN.