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The Dolphins nearly had perfect attendance Tuesday at the start of their voluntary three-day mini-camp, as 63 of 64 veterans under contract participated in the two 90-minute practices. But the one absence was noticeable - pass rusher Cameron Wake, who sat out the day in protest of his contract situation. Wake, who leads the Dolphins with 22 1/2 sacks over the past two seasons, is due to make just $615,000 in base salary in 2012, ranked 31st-highest on his own team. Wake, entering the final year of the four-year contract he signed with Miami after starring in the Canadian Football League, hopes to receive a contract extension before hitting free agency next year. Wake skipped the beginning of the team's voluntary workouts two weeks ago, returned to the workouts last week and was a no-show Tuesday. Source: Palm Beach Post
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Much like the team's owner, Dolphins legend Dan Marino would fully support Miami's drafting of Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
According to Armando Salguero of he Miami Herald, Miami Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake was a no-show for the first day of voluntary mini-camps on Tuesday.
Wake is looking for a new contract, since he’s only scheduled to make $615,000 in 2012.
The 30 year-old Wake is the Dolphins best pass rusher and has proven he can be a force at the NFL level after beginning his pro football...
Peter King of SI.com, confirmed in his weekly Monday Morning quarterback column that Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com’s report that Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross wants to draft Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill is in fact true.
Despite a report from the Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald that Ross isn’t pushing for Tannehill. There are now two people saying...
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If owner Stephen Ross gets his way, the Dolphins will take the Texas A&M QB if he makes it to the eighth pick in Thursday's Draft.
Let’s get this out of the way: The Miami Dolphins are going to draft a player in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft that they believe is the best asset to their organization. I didn’t say it would be the right choice. I didn’t even say it would be at the number 8 [...]
The Miami Dolphins are expected to release defensive end Phillip Merling, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported on Monday, citing a source.
Merling was issued a tender at $1.1 million last month, but has been a disappointment in four years with the club.
The 27-year-old Merling collected just four tackles in 10 games last season and has 66 in 47 career contests. He also has 3...
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Today at fantasyppr.com, we continue our team-by-team 2012 NFL Mock Draft Profiles by focusing on the Miami Dolphins, who currently own the no.8 pick heading into the First Round of the Draft Thursday night:
Needs: QB, WR, DE, DT, S, LB.
Players Picked Previously: 3. Matt Kalil 4. Trent Richardson 5. Morris Claiborne 6. Justin Blackmon 7. Michael Floyd Potential Targets...
Michigan State's Kirk Cousins...
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Another one of our top 5 quarterbacks in the 2012 draft, Oklahoma State's Brandon Weeden, 6’4 218 lbs.
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