Pro Football Talk "Alabama offensive tackle Cyrus Kouandjio is the target of the Dolphins in the first round of the draft, if one local report is to be believed. The Palm Beach Post reports that Dolphins General Manager Dennis Hickey prefers Kouandjio to the other offensive tackles who are expected to be..." April 19
Miami Herald "While much of their draft focus is rightly on offensive line, it should be noted the Dolphins have a long list of needs, wants and must haves. And while quarterback is neither a need nor a must have, it definitely is a want -- one which the team might fill with a local player. The Dolphins had..." April 19
Palm Beach Post "Although Notre Dame offensive tackle/guard Zack Martin is a popular choice for the Dolphins among those projecting the NFL draft, a source with knowledge of the situation tells the Palm Beach Post that Miami GM Dennis Hickey prefers Alabama offensive tackle Cyrus Kouandjio. Hickey sees Martin..." April 19
Pro Football Talk "The Dolphins spent a lot of money on free agent linebackers last year, and they appear to be set to shuffle some of those guys around. According to Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post, the Dolphins are planning to move outside linebacker Koa Misi to the middle, replacing Dannell..." April 18
Pro Football Talk "Dolphins receiver Brandon Gibson had his season ended by a torn patellar tendon last year, the kind of knee injury that often prevents a receiver from being ready to return for the start of the following season. But Gibson has no doubts that he’ll be ready to go when the season starts. Gibson..." April 18
TSN.ca "The Montreal Alouettes have signed former Pro Bowl wide receiver Chad Johnson. The team announced on Thursday that they had agreed to terms with the 36-year-old whose NFL career spanned 11 years, a decade with the Cincinnati Bengals and one year with the New England Patriots. Johnson had..." April 18
NFL.com "If the upcoming MRI on Jermichael Finley's surgically repaired neck brings back promising news, the Seattle Seahawks will have competition for his services. The Miami Herald reports the Dolphins have had conversations with Finley's agent and might be interested if the tight end is cleared to..." April 15
Yahoo! Sports "Tennessee State offensive lineman Kadeem Edwards has met with the Miami Dolphins, Tennessee Titans, Indianapolis Colts and Carolina Panthers, according to a league source. The 6-foot-4, 313-pound offensive guard ran the 40-yard dash in 5.25 seconds at the NFL scouting combine. He also bench..." April 14
Pro Football Talk "Tight end Jermichael Finley is having another X-ray and MRI on his injured neck in the next two weeks as part of the process that he hopes will end with medical clearance to return to the NFL. He’ll be looking for a team to sign with if he should get that clearance and the Dolphins could find..." April 13
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Earning a spot on the Dolphins' 53-man roster at wide receiver will be a tough task for anyone aside from Mike Wallace, Brian Hartline and Brandon Gibson. Count Damian Williams, the former Tennessee Titans wide receiver, among those that will have to fight for a spot. The Dolphins signed..." April 13
Fansided "The Miami Dolphins are seemingly in the market for a running back despite having already signed Knowshon Moreno and touting as many as three other running backs on their roster. But while they’re working out rookie running backs like James White and Tre Mason ahead of the draft, there doesn’t seem..." April 12
Fansided "We last saw running back Tre Mason in the national championship game with the Auburn Tigers and we may next see him in a Miami Dolphins uniform. While the Phins already have Knowshon Moreno, Lamar Miller and others on roster at running back, they apparently aren’t done shopping for backs and are..." April 12
Pro Football Talk "Eagles coach Chip Kelly reportedly wants his old Oregon pass rusher Dion Jordan in Philadelphia. According to Bob Grotz of the Delaware County Times, the Eagles offered the Dolphins a second-round pick and linebacker-defensive end Brandon Graham in exchange for Jordan. The Dolphins..." April 12
Filed to ESPN: The #Dolphins signed free-agent WR Damian Williams to one-year, $800,000 contract, according to a source.
Fansided "Mike Pouncey was in the news earlier this offseason after being named in the Ted Wells report as one of the men who was responsible for the harassment that ultimately led to Jonathan Martin leaving the Miami Dolphins. However, Pouncey could soon be in the news for a completely different reason..." April 10
NFL.com "The National Football League announced today locations and dates for the next two Pro Bowls. The Pro Bowl following the 2014 season will be played on Sunday, January 25, 2015, and televised live on ESPN at 8 p.m. ET from University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona, the site of Super Bowl XLIX a..." April 09
ESPN.com "The 2014 season is important for many within the Miami Dolphins' organization. One of those people facing plenty of pressure to perform this upcoming season is third-year quarterback Ryan Tannehill. Tannehill was drafted No. 8 overall in 2012. Since then he is 15-17 as a starter and has never..." April 09
USA Today "Are you ready for some experimental football? Granted, it's only the preseason schedule that the league announced Wednesday. Nonetheless, this summer's exhibition season provides a more compelling reason to watch -- at least during the first two weeks of games that won't seem as..." April 09
Fansided "The Miami Dolphins were relatively predictable on offense during the 2013 season, especially wide reliever Mike Wallace who lined up on the right side of the field at a near 90 percent clip. That helped opposing defenses take away what the Dolphins were attempting to do, but that could change..." April 06
Fansided "Jordan Rodgers, the brother of Green Bay Packers star quarterback Aaron Rodgers, is looking to find a home in the NFL and he is going to have another opportunity to do just that again this offseason after signing with the Miami Dolphins on Wednesday night. The news comes from Barry Jackson of..." April 03
Dolphins have signed OT Jason Fox to a one-year deal, per league source.
Miami Herald "Dolphins running back coach Jeff Nixon, on the road meeting with and scouting running backs, conducted a private workout with Towson's Terrance West last Wednesday. "The Dolphins running backs coach [Nixon] likes me a lot. He told me I was high on his board of college running backs," West wrote..." April 01
Palm Beach Post "The telephone connection was awful. If uncooperative cell towers weren’t enough, the elderly man on the other end was coping with heart problems. So for every word that passed through the phone lines unscathed, a handful did not. Until this point. “Why is it my grandson turned out like..." March 30
Fansided "With the signing of Knowshon Moreno to be the featured running back for the Miami Dolphins along with last year’s starter Lamar Miller who will shift to a complementary role, a roster crunch is in store for Daniel Thomas and Mike Gillislee. The Dolphins are likely to keep four running backs at..." March 29
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The mission for Dolphins defensive end Dion Jordan this offseason is making up for lost time. Jordan, the No. 3 pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, ended a disappointing rookie season with just 26 tackles and two sacks in 325 snaps from scrimmage, roughly 20 per game. Coach Joe Philbin thinks..." March 29
Free agent safety Chris Clemons is visiting Texans today. He played at Miami.
The #Texans are signing S Chris Clemons to a 2-year deal.
Knowshon Moreno deal: one-year, $3 million, $500K bonus, $500K roster bonus, $1.975M salary, $18,750 per-game active roster bonus
The Phinsider "Check off another one of the Miami Dolphins "needs" this offseason. Last week free agent running back Knowshon Moreno visited with the club, today, the Dolphins locked up the running back. A five year veteran, Moreno has spent his entire career with the Denver Broncos, who selected him in the..." March 28
Former Broncos RB Knowshon Moreno reached agreement on a one-year deal with the Miami Dolphins, per league source.
Pro Football Talk "Giants coach Tom Coughlin says his new guard John Jerry will not be suspended for his role in the bullying in the Dolphins’ locker room last season. But NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says no such determination has been made. “Calls were made to the league office,” Coughlin said. “There is no..." March 27
Pro Football Talk "Last month, when Jason La Canfora of CBS reported that the Dolphins were trying to trade Mike Wallace, the Dolphins denied it. But the report isn’t going away. La Canfora reported today that the Dolphins have renewed their attempts to trade Wallace during the league meetings, and that some..." March 26
USA Today "Five rules changes, an extensive crackdown on on-field taunting and abusive language and a two-game preseason experiment that will move extra-point attempts from the 2-yard line to the 20 (effectively a 38-yard try) will bring a new look to the 2014 NFL season. Representatives from all 32 teams..." March 26
Some around the league wonder if a DeSean Jackson for Mike Wallace trade would make sense for all parties
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The Dolphins are circling the wagons around embattled center Mike Pouncey, one of the three players implicated in the Ted Wells report on the team's troublesome locker room culture. Pouncey, the lone holdover from the bullying scandal that sideswiped last year's 8-8 season, was given a vote of..." March 26
New York Daily News "The Jets are looking to add another offensive skill position piece to the puzzle, but general manager John Idzik may first have to fend off a pair of division rivals. The Daily News has learned that the Jets, Patriots, Dolphins and Steelers are in the hunt to land veteran running back Maurice..." March 25
Palm Beach Post "The future of Dolphins Pro Bowl center Mike Pouncey is now in the hands of mental health professionals. Commissioner Roger Goodell announced on Monday that “the three players” accused of harassment in Miami’s locker room — Pouncey and former Dolphins offensive linemen Richie Incognito and John..." March 25
Dolphins have not talked to Maurice Jones-Drew about a visit or his desire to play in Miami, much less a contract. So if that's interest ...
Pro Football Talk "The NFL isn’t done playing American football in London. In fact, not only is the NFL putting three games in London in 2014, but the London package may grow to four games in London in 2015. According to Albert Breer of NFL Network, that’s one of the subjects that will be discussed — although not..." March 24
CBSSports.com "Richie Incognito recently said that he'd be "100 percent into" the idea of ending up on the Raiders. And Raiders owner Mark Davis wouldn't rule out that idea at the 2014 NFL owners meetings Monday. Davis, speaking to a crowd of reporters, was asked whether or not the Raiders would be interested..." March 24
Fansided "Before the Miami Dolphins lost two of their starting offensive lineman, Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito, because of the bullying controversy, they needed an upgrade up front. After the Dolphins cut ties with Incognito and Martin stopped playing and was eventually traded to the San..." March 23
Palm Beach Post "Former Denver running back Knowshon Moreno visited the Dolphins on Friday, but left without a deal. Moreno, 26, was tied for fourth in the NFL last season with 10 rushing touchdowns for the Denver Broncos. He was fifth in the league with 1,586 yards from scrimmage and 12th with 1,038 rushing..." March 22
CBSSports.com "During an interview this week, Richie Incognito said his "number one goal" was to return to the Miami Dolphins for the 2014 season. However, it sounds like what Incognito really meant is that he'll play for any team, like say, the Oakland Raiders. Miami might be the free agent offensive..." March 22
Per a league source, Knowshon Moreno will be visiting with the Dolphins in the next couple of days.
Fansided "The Miami Dolphins are down a draft pick thanks to their trade with the Baltimore Ravens last season that sent offensive lineman Bryant McKinnie to South Beach. McKinnie ended up playing more than half a season for the Dolphins and as a result, they have sent a seventh-round pick up to Baltimore..." March 20
Pro Football Talk "Two of the 13 rule changes the NFL is considering involve expanding the use of instant replay by allowing coaches to challenge personal foul penalties — and potentially much more than just that. The first proposal, put forward by Washington, is to make personal fouls reviewable. This has been..." March 20
ESPN.com "One day after making his first public comments since undergoing treatment in the wake of the Miami Dolphins' bullying scandal, free-agent guard Richie Incognito said Wednesday he hopes to return to the team. "Returning to the Dolphins was my number one goal from the time I got suspended,"..." March 20
CBSSports.com "With the tenure of NFLPA president Domonique Foxworth coming to an end, three finalists -- free agent tackle Eric Winston, free agent safety Ryan Clark and Saints tight end Ben Watson -- emerged to try to replace him. Winston ranks No. 125 on the CBSSports.com free agent list, and he was..." March 19
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Bryant McKinnie has spent his entire 12-year NFL career as a left tackle, but that doesn't mean the former University of Miami standout isn't willing to switch sides for the right opportunity. McKinnie, who started the final 10 games for the Miami Dolphins at left tackle in 2013, told WQAM that..." March 19