Posted March 14, 2012 on
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A person familiar with the negotiations says Miami Dolphins nose tackle Paul Soliai has signed a $12 million, two-year contract to remain with the team.
The person confirmed the deal to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Wednesday because the Dolphins hadn't announced an agreement.
The deal includes $6 million guaranteed. Last year Soliai played under a franchise-tag contract that guaranteed him about $12.5 million. He'll be a free agent again in 2014.
The 355-pound Soliai anchored the Dolphins' defense and went to the Pro Bowl for the first time last season, making the trip as a roster replacement. He was a fourth-round draft pick by the Dolphins in 2007 and has started since 2009.
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Last night, news broke around 11pm that Peyton Manning had met with the Miami Dolphins in Indianapolis. This morning, it seems that every reporter is downplaying the Dolphins meeting with Manning. Adam Schefter of ESPN believes the Dolphins are ‘not a viable option’ at this point for Manning. Schefter contends that the Broncos, Cardinals, and [...]
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Brandon Marshall will get a chance to reunite with his former QB Jay Cutler, after Miami traded him to the Bears for two third-round draft picks.
Dolfans can you smell it? Franchise QB possibilities in Miami?Or are we smelling the stench failure from the Front Office and unmistakeable odor of smelly socks from Steve Ross' office?Could it be that Matt Flynn is touring Seattle right now as we speak and he is wondering when the sun will come out and when the Miami Dolphins will call him about a contract?Frankly, this...
The womanizer, I mean Brandon Marshall, was traded to the Chicago Bears for two 3rd round picks on Tuesday, maybe as an early Christmas present from the Miami Dolphins or perhaps a pure act of goodwill? Okay, that being said, we are left with 2 options explaining the Dolphins’ reasoning with taking it deep in the ass with this trade. 1.) Miami sent Marshall to Chicago so the...
When the Dolphins traded Brandon Marshall to the Bears for two third-round picks, many people figured they moved him because they were trying to make their roster more attractive to free agent quarterback Peyton Manning. Now we’re learning it may have been for a different reason.
According to a police report obtained by the New York Post, Marshall is accused of hitting a woman...
It may have come as something of a surprise to football fans to hear that the Miami Dolphins had traded Brandon Marshall to the Chicago Bears on late Tuesday afternoon. However, a report has surfaced that may explain things a little bit better. The New York Post reports that Marshall allegedly hit a woman outside a Manhattan nightclub on early Sunday morning after an altercation...
Brandon Marshall has been traded to the Chicago Bears for two third round picks.
B-Mac will be heading to the Windy City to play with the quarterback that made him a household fantasy name and helped him to ascend to number two on the single game reception list with eighteen.
This is a questionable move for the Dolphins but a great move for the Bears.
Just as the free agent signing period got under way, the Bears surprised everyone by sending two third round picks south to Miami in exchange for Pro Bowl wide receiver Brandon Marshall. Here’s a quick smattering of what people are saying about the trade around the league…
ESPN North blogger Kevin Seifert opines that now is the time for Jay Cutler to step up and be the franchise...
As NFL free agency kicked off, the biggest question was expected to come from Miami: Would the Dolphins Sign Peyton Manning or Matt Flynn to be their quarterback in 2012?
The news out of Miami was about their Pro Bowl MVP. The mercurial Brandon Marshall was traded him to the Chicago Bears for the next two years’ third round draft picks.
Ignore for a moment the obvious chemistry...
The Miami Dolphins traded embattled wide receiver Brandon Marshall to the Chicago Bears yesterday for two third round draft picks. They did so just two seasons after acquiring him from the Denver Broncos for two second round picks and a boat load of money, which seems a bit curious, at the very least.
Once the deal was announced yesterday, many Dolphins were left scratching...
The Bears reunited former teammates Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall on Tuesday, trading two third round draft picks to the Dolphins for the receiver.
The main weakness for the Bears last season was at wide receiver, where Marshall should flourish this year with his former quarterback.
The Dolphins will receive one third round pick in 2012 and one third round pick in 2013 as compensation.