Pro Football Talk "Dolphins defensive tackle Randy Starks appears ready to stay in Miami. The Dolphins and Starks are close to an agreement that would keep Starks around at a salary of about $6 million a year, according to Jason La Canfora of CBS." March 12
Randy Starks agrees to terms with Dolphins on a 2yr/$12M deal
Miami Herald "In Mike Pouncey Randy Starks has more than a teammate and a locker room neighbor. He has a public-relations enforcer. One could argue that Starks is having the best season of his excellent career. But with the 10th-year defensive tackle that’s always just part of the story. Already this..." October 16
Pro Football Talk "When Dolphins defensive lineman Randy Starks missed the universal sign for “We’re No. 1!” by one digit it was assumed he’d be making an involuntary contribution to the league’s fine fund. Starks won’t be. The veteran defensive lineman isn’t among the players who found out this week that their..." September 13
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Defensive tackle Randy Starks already upset because he’s not starting appeared to give the middle finger to the coaching staff after a sack in the fourth quarter. A fine could be coming. Starks believes he’s not starting because he sat out OTAs (Organized Team Activities) while protesting the..." September 09
Jared Odrick (groin) Randy Starks (knee) and Mike Wallace (groin) are starters unlikely to play in HOF game. #Dolphins
Miami Herald "Odd that the Dolphins first depth chart of the preseason listed Randy Starks and Jared Odrick together as co-first string defensive tackles. Coincidence that any battle for position there stalled Thursday and Friday because neither participated fully. In fact Starks wasn’t present all Friday..." August 03
Palm Beach Post "Pro Bowl defensive tackle Randy Starks will be a free agent at the end of this season after Miami declined to offer him a long-term offer. Starks was one of eight NFL players to receive the franchise-tag designation this offseason. Starks sat out offseason OTAs in protest of not receiving a..." July 17
Miami Herald "Randy Starks is due some $8.5 million this fall. It appears he is keen on collecting every penny of it. After boycotting the spring’s voluntary workouts and organized team activities in protest of the franchise tag, Starks will be back at Dolphins camp Tuesday. Here is why: Skipping the..." June 11
Source: As promised, Randy Starks will participate in this week's minicamp after skipping the voluntary workouts & OTAs over franchise tag.
Miami Herald "Reshad Jones was back at work Tuesday. Defensive tackle Randy Starks was still nowhere to be seen. A day after sitting out the team’s first Organized Team Activities in protest of his contract, Jones was back in his familiar spot Tuesday: with the Miami Dolphins’ first-team defense. Jones, a..." May 21
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Randy Starks has signed his franchise tender with the Miami Dolphins, which means the two-time Pro Bowl will earn a guaranteed salary of $8.45 million this season. Starks, who has paired with Paul Soliai to serve as the linchpins of the Dolphins' defensive front the past four seasons, could..." March 19
Palm Beach Post "The Dolphins surprised few around the NFL on Monday when they applied the franchise tag to defensive tackle Randy Starks hours before the 4 p.m. deadline, keeping him off the free agent market and guaranteeing him $8.45 million this season. More interesting though, were the names of players who..." March 05
Dolphins tagging Randy Starks means OT Jake Long, CB Sean Smith and WR Brian Hartline are free to leave Miami.