When NFL free agency officially begins March 14, Robert Quinn may not be the only big name going to the Miami Dolphins.

Two years after attempting to sign him as a restricted free agent, the Dolphins still like Denver Broncos running back C.J. Anderson, a source close to the former Pro Bowler told CBSSports.com on the condition of anonymity. And if Anderson, a speculated salary-cap casualty of the Broncos, does hit the open market, the expectation among his camp is that "he will be in Miami immediately."

Internally, Denver has not informed the 27-year-old Anderson of its plans, although, as Spotrac shows, the running back's contract was assembled with a "potential out" in 2018.

Anderson, whose release would reportedly save Denver $4.5 million in 2018, has been the Broncos' lead ball-carrier for most of his five years in the NFL, topping 1,000 yards for the first time in his career in 2017.