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Bears to host free-agent WR Brian Hartline

The Chicago Bears plan to host free-agent receiver Brian Hartline on a visit at Halas Hall on Wednesday, a source confirmed. Profootballtalk.com first reported the visit. Released by the Miami Dolphins to clear cap space, Hartline caught 39 passes for 474 yards last season and scored a pair of touchdowns. Show More Summary

Weighing the Pros and Cons of Miami Dolphins Top Free-Agent Targets

The Miami Dolphins don't have the salary-cap space to afford being an aggressive team in free agency this season as they have been in years past, but that doesn't mean they can afford to stay put, either. In fact, the Dolphins have had to take a few steps backward before they can take any steps forward this offseason. Show More Summary

Free Agent or Draft: How Should the Miami Dolphins Fill Their Biggest Holes?

Seek it out in free agency, or take a chance in the draft? That's the conundrum the Miami Dolphins face when deciding how to plug up their biggest holes. How they approach the draft has a lot to do with what they plan on doing in free...Show More Summary

Major Moves Dolphins Must Make to Create 'Dominant' Defense with Ndamukong Suh

The Miami Dolphins could be the favorite to land free agent defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh according to multiple reports — including this one from ESPN. How much of an impact would Suh have on the Dolphins defense? Should Miami break...Show More Summary

Here’s The First Look At The Rock As A Miami Dolphins Star In HBO’s ‘Ballers’

Earliertoday,MiamiDolphinsfanswentintoafuntizzyoveranimagethatDwayneJohnsonsharedonTwitterandInstagramfromthesetoftheupcomingHBOseriesBallers.That’sbecauseTheRockwaswearingtheteam’sclassicwhiteuniform,andforonce,itwasn’tbecauseownerStephenRosssoldoffanotherpercentoftheteamtorandomcelebritieswho neededextraexposure.

Former NFL GM Mark Dominik says Dolphins have 'shot' at Ndamukong Suh

The Miami Dolphins were ranked 24th against the run last season and are in desperate need of a stud defensive tackle. Pending free agent and Pro Bowler Ndamukong Suh is set to hit the market next week as the most dominant defensive lineman...Show More Summary

Brian Hartline: Latest News, Rumors and Speculation on Free Agent WR

The Miami Dolphins found Brian Hartline expendable after a disappointing 2014 season, but the possession receiver is drawing interest from elsewhere around the league. Continue for updates. Hartline Reportedly Will Visit Browns Tuesday,...Show More Summary

Miami Dolphins Final Free-Agency Outlook and Predictions

With one week until the start of free agency, the Miami Dolphins are positioning themselves to improve their roster by first purging the depth chart of some high-priced players who are past their prime or otherwise no longer fits for...Show More Summary

Charles Clay Transition-Tagged by Dolphins: Latest Contract Details, Reaction

After spending the first four years of his NFL career with the Miami Dolphins, tight end Charles Clay might be on the move this offseason. The Dolphins announced Monday that they applied the transition tag to Clay. As Bleacher Report's...Show More Summary

Dolphins place transition tag on TE Charles Clay, per report

Another team can try to sign Charles Clay, but the Dolphins now have the right to match any offer sheet signed this offseason. The Miami Dolphins have placed their transition tag on tight end Charles Clay, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Show More Summary

Cortland Finnegan Cut by Dolphins: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

The Miami Dolphins released veteran cornerback Cortland Finnegan on Monday in a cost-cutting move. News of Finnegan's departure was announced through the Dolphins' official Twitter account. Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald referenced...Show More Summary

Miami Dolphins cut cornerback Cortland Finnegan

The Miami Dolphins have cut cornerback Cortland Finnegan. The team has released CB Cortland Finnegan. — Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins) March 2, 2015 Finnegan, 31, would have pinched the Dolphins' salary cap for $6.475 million this coming season, but cutting him reduces that dead-money number to a mere $1 million. Show More Summary

Miami Dolphins Blueprint for Winning Free Agency

Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin is firmly on the hot seat. Whether general manager Dennis Hickey is feeling the same way or not could be the determining factor in how aggressive the Dolphins are in free agency. They could also be affected by their salary-cap situation, which is not one of the best in the NFL. Show More Summary

Who is next to go in Miami?

The expected roster purge is officially underway with the Miami Dolphins. Although not surprising, the most interesting Dolphins developments during my vacation last week were cutting veteran receivers Brian Hartline and Brandon Gibson. Show More Summary

Brian Hartline No Superstar, but WR Has Plenty to Offer NFL Teams

There's been a lot of talk recently that the Miami Dolphins were preparing to sever ties with a highly priced wide receiver who disappointed in 2014. Sure enough, that came to pass on Friday. It just wasn't the wide receiver who most...Show More Summary

'Writing Is on the Wall', Mike Wallace Won't Be on Miami Dolphins Roster in 2015

Mike Wallace's future in Miami may be headed toward an early end. Why might Wallace be on his way out? Is this the right move by Miami? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald discuss Wallace's cloudy future in Miami. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

Brian Hartline Released by Dolphins: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

After six mostly productive seasons with the Miami Dolphins, wide receiver Brian Hartline has been released. The organization made the official announcement on Twitter Friday: Hartline has arguably been Miami's most consistent pass-catcher since entering the league in 2009 as a fourth-round pick. Show More Summary

Rob Konrad Police Video: Ex-NFLer Describes Harrowing Swim to Palm Beach Police (Video)

Remember back in January, when retired Miami Dolphins fullback Rob Konrad told everyone he fell off his boat while fishing off the coast of Florida and swam 10 miles back to shore over the course of 15 hours? Well, a lot of media types just ate that story up, because surviving an ordeal like that […]

Rick Ross -- I'm Still Gunning for Dolphins Ownership

Rick Ross says he still wants to be Tha Boss of the Miami Dolphins... telling TMZ Sports he "can't wait" for team officials to invite him to become a minority owner.  As we previously reported, Ross met with the Dolphins last year -- and said…

5 Offseason Predictions for the Dolphins

Predicting what the Miami Dolphins will do has become an exercise in futility on par with trying to lose weight by going on a 0.1-mile run every day. Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey must be taking cues from New England Patriots...Show More Summary

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