According to a team source, free-agent RB Stevan Ridley is visiting the #Dolphins today.
ESPN.com "Jonathan Martin made it clear on Monday that he didn’t want to talk about the Miami Dolphins bullying scandal two years ago in which he was the victim. He made it clear that his focus was on revitalizing his career with the Carolina Panthers, who claimed the offensive tackle off waivers on..." March 31
Miami Herald "Mike Tannenbaum’s win-now — and win-more-later — philosophy is reflected in most every move he has made. Ditch three of your top four receivers to simultaneously get your books and your locker room in order? Only if you believe their young replacements — Kenny Stills and Jordan Cameron — will..." March 29
SB Nation "The NFL views Mexico, Canada and China as the next markets to focus on as it looks to add more international games to the schedule, according to Albert Breer of the NFL Network. The league could be considering NFL games in those markets, similar to the International Series that already takes place..." March 27
Pro Football Talk "NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell acknowledged the obvious on Wednesday when he said at the league meeting that multiple teams had dealings before the start of free agency that may have violated the letter of the law. “We want to make sure no teams are gaining an advantage as it relates to free..." March 26
Detroit News "The NFL's annual meetings this week didn't feature any sweeping changes, but commissioner Roger Goodell discussed a couple issues related to the Lions during his closing remarks Wednesday. League owners rejected the Lions' replay proposal to allow coaches to challenge any play in which a..." March 26
Palm Beach Post "Dolphins owner Stephen Ross isn’t sold on Ryan Tannehill’s deep passing game. Coach Joe Philbin says you shouldn’t necessarily blame the quarterback. Ross, who spoke to reporters at the NFL owners meeting in Phoenix on Monday, said Tannehill “hasn’t shown he can connect on the long ball”..." March 25
USA Today "A rules alteration that would inject more excitement into the near-automatic extra point could be adopted for the 2015 NFL season as early as the league's next meeting this May. There was lively discussion among the 32 teams Wednesday about adding significant drama to the mundane point after..." March 25
Detroit Free Press "The Miami Dolphins were reported to be prime players in the Ndamukong Suh sweepstakes days before free agency opened, but the Detroit Lions have no plans to pursue tampering charges over the deal, a person familiar with the team's thinking but not authorized to talk about it publicly said. Suh..." March 25
Fox Sports Florida "Two years ago, the Miami Dolphins arguably made the biggest splash in free agency with the signing of wide receiver Mike Wallace for $60 million and then followed that up the next year with the high-profile signing of offensive tackle Branden Albert to a five-year, $46 million contract. For a..." March 24
Pro Football Talk "The Lions will reportedly carry a salary cap hit of roughly $9.7 million in 2015 for defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh. Suh, of course, no longer plays for Detroit, which makes the cap charge both costly and inglorious. Nevertheless, Suh will be off the Lions’ cap by 2016. And the Lions won’t be..." March 23
SB Nation "Besides instant replay reform and finding a better definition of a "catch," the NFL's competition committee is busy this week deciding whether to increase the duties of injury spotters in NFL games. The proposal would allow independent medical trainers to watch for possible concussions and stop..." March 23
Pro Football Rumors "The Dolphins have extended the contract of head coach Joe Philbin by a year, keeping him locked up through 2016, owner Stephen Ross confirmed today to reporters, including Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald (Twitter link). Philbin’s deal has previously been set to expire after the 2015..." March 23
Complex "The NFL's first Veteran Combine took place this weekend. A new addition to the offseason calendar, the Combine seemed like a great idea for older players to get in front of scouts and front office types—a way to balance the scales between the incoming rookie class and the veteran class that'll..." March 23
Fox Sports "One of the world's biggest soccer hotbeds could soon host a different type of football event. A source told FOXSports.com that Brazil is a viable candidate to host the 2017 Pro Bowl. The all-star exhibition game's future destination is one of the subjects that will be broached during the..." March 23
Toronto Sun "The threshold for what constitutes a catch when a receiver falls to the ground is changing, a member of the league’s competition committee told Sun Media on Sunday. In a conference call last week, the committee announced that the controversial “complete-the-catch-to-the-ground” rule will stay,..." March 23
SI.com "The MMQB: What’s the lesson you take from easily your most trying year as commissioner? Goodell: I don’t know if you could put one or two … One of the things we always focus on is, What do we learn and how do we get better? I think in this case there were several factors. One is, Do we have the..." March 23
Dolphins looking at adding WR depth...will talk with both Crabtree and @GregJennings
Pro Football Talk "After five seasons wearing No. 90 for Detroit, Dolphins star defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is changing numbers. Suh, who received nearly $60 million guaranteed upfront to sign with Miami early in free agency, will wear No. 93 with the Dolphins, he indicated via Instagram and his verified..." March 22
If a game was today, Dallas Thomas and Billy Turner are the #Dolphins' two starting guards. They should not be comfortable with that.
#Dolphins C J.D. Walton said he's never played G but is open to it. Mike Pouncey has C on lock. So guard is Walton's best chance to play.
ESPN.com "The Miami Dolphins re-signed veteran safety Louis Delmas to a one-year contract Friday, despite Delmas recently suffering a torn ACL in December. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports the contract is worth $3.5 million. But the big news in this signing is Delmas made it clear that he’s ahead of schedule..." March 21
Delmas gets the same deal in Miami he got last year -- 1 year, worth up to $3.5 million.
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Enough with the mock drafts for this year. Let's do something totally meaningless and second-guess actual drafts from yesteryear using the real-life results. For instance, how could the Dolphins have taken running back Ronnie Brown with the second pick overall when Aaron Rodgers was sitting there..." March 20
The Dolphins have signed backup Center J.D. Walton.
Dolphins are NOT matching 5-year, $38 million offer sheet that Buffalo gave TE Charles Clay, per sources. Bills have a new TE.
The Score "The Miami Dolphins have reportedly declined to match Charles Clay's five-year, $38-million offer sheet, and the tight end will now officially become a member of the Buffalo Bills, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Miami opted to use the transition tag on Clay heading into the offseason,..." March 19
CBSSports.com "The big wave of free agency has come and gone, and the focus has turned to the draft, but that doesn't mean there still aren't holes to fill, some huge ones, for each of the NFL's 32 teams. You can't solve all the problems in free agency. In fact, it's usually only a few if a team is lucky. For..." March 18
WR Michael Crabtree is visiting the #Dolphins today, a source said. Would be a great addition to an otherwise young receiving corp.
Pro Football Talk "Free agent tight end Charles Clay has signed with the Bills. Now he’ll wait five days to see if he’ll play for the Bills. Clay has been tagged as the Dolphins’ transition player, meaning the Dolphins have the right to match any offer sheet Clay signs. Now that Clay has signed, the Dolphins can..." March 18
CBSSports.com "Wide receiver Mike Wallace spent the first four years of his career with the Steelers where he played with center Maurkice Pouncey. After the 2012 season, Wallace signed a five-year, $60 million deal to play for the Dolphins, where Pouncey's twin brother, Mike, was the center. After a..." March 17
SB Nation "Alex Richanbach, executive producer of Funny or Die Sports was on a SXSW panel last Saturday called "Now Athletes are Funny: Power of Comedy and Sports." I hadn't noticed it on the schedule until it was about halfway over, but I stopped in just as Richanbach was getting into the meat of a pretty..." March 17
Arizona Republic "NFL free agency started this week, so the news cycle was dominated by the redistribution of wealth. It was a job fair at the highest level of sports as players were traded, re-signed, signed and released. That was to be expected. What was surprising is that in a time devoted to procuring..." March 17
Dawgs By Nature "The veteran defensive lineman has inked a two-year deal with the Browns. Critics of the Browns' limited free agency activity have noted the team's need for a defensive tackle. The Browns responded today by signing a veteran interior lineman. Former Dolphins defensive tackle Randy Starks..." March 16
Buffalo News "The holding pattern continues in the Buffalo Bills' efforts to acquire tight end Charles Clay, who continues to carry the transition tag the Miami Dolphins applied to him. A source close to the situation insisted Monday that, despite the inactivity since Clay's visit to Western New York last..." March 16
Detroit Free Press "On Saturday mornings for most of the last five years, before every home game, Ndamukong Suh usually found himself at a back corner table in the Rugby Grille at the Townsend Hotel, not too far from his Birmingham home. Table 74 was his sanctuary after a morning walk-through, where he gathered..." March 16
Miami Herald "It cost the Dolphins far more to get Kenny Stills than it cost the Vikings to get Mike Wallace. So it stands to reason that Miami’s expectations for its newest receiver are at a similar level to the one it had for its exiled one. Yet Stills, whose world flipped on its axis with Friday’s..." March 16
Ravens had interest in Dolphins WR Mike Wallace until Dolphins traded him to Vikings Friday. Ravens thought Wallace might become free agent
Knowledgable source tells me Dolphins have "lost patience" with and "moved on" from Charles Clay. At moment, Fins expect him to be a Bill.
Pro Football Talk "Last season, the Seahawks stunned many by dealing wide receiver Percy Harvin to the Jets. However, it appears the Jets weren’t the only club to make a play for Harvin. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Browns tried to acquire Harvin from Seattle in exchange for..." March 15
Pro Football Talk "Mike Wallace, the Dolphins’ expensive and underachieving wide receiver, may be on the way out. Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports that Wallace has been on the phone with Vikings within the last hour and that a trade is likely. When Wallace signed a five-year, $60 million contract..." March 14
Pro Football Talk "It didn’t take long for the Dolphins to go from likely to trade wide receiver Mike Wallace to the Vikings to trading Wallace to the Vikings. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Miami has shipped the wideout to Minnesota along with a seventh-round pick. The Vikings will send a fifth-round pick..." March 14
The Phinsider "The Miami Dolphins may be close to getting rid of one pass catcher while bringing back another. According to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel's Omar Kelly, sources have said the Dolphins are "definitely trying to trade" wide receiver Mike Wallace. The same report adds that the club is "on the verge..." March 13
Dolphins still wanna keep Charles Clay -- coaches envision using him and Jordan Cameron like Pats used to use Hernandez and Gronk.
Pro Football Talk "With tight end Jordan Cameron jumping from the Browns to the Dolphins, the Dolphins have a potential glut at the position. Previously, they applied the transition tender to tight end Charles Clay, which makes him eligible for a $7.017 million salary. If he accepts the tender, the salary..." March 13
Akron Beacon Journal "After several national media outlets reported former Pro Bowl tight end Jordan Cameron had re-signed with the Browns on Thursday for two years and $15 million, Yahoo's Charles Robinson reported Cameron is actually in contract negotiations with the Miami Dolphins and will sign with them. The..." March 13