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Today is another one of those days NFL general managers have circled on their calendars. Starting today and through March 5, teams can put the franchise tag on their players, thus guaranteeing them a big payday while also assuring themselves they won’t be playing elsewhere next season. While some big names including New Orleans quarterback [...]
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The Miami Dolphins signed former wide receiver turned defensive back Quinten Lawrence on Thursday, according to the team’s press release. The 27-year-old was selected in the sixth round of the 2oo9 NFL Draft by the Kansas City Chiefs.
Lawrence saw action in six games as a wide receiver during his rookie year, including one start. As a member of the Chiefs, the 6-0, 184 pound...
The Miami Dolphins will not attempt to re-sign quarterback Chad Henne.
The South Florida Sun-Sentinel, citing league sources, reported that the Dolphins will let Henne walk as a free agent.
A second-round pick of the Dolphins in 2008, Henne went 13-18 as a starter with Miami.
Henne separated his non-throwing shoulder and was limited to just four games this season. He finished...
April 26th 1983 was the last time the Miami Dolphins drafted a QB in the first round. That quarterback happened to be Dan Marino, and it turned out to be a historic day in Dolphins history. In 1999 Marino retired and the search for someone to fill his shoes started.
February 2012, 13 years later, the Dolphins are still looking for that QB to fill Marino’s shoes. Whether it was...
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Solomon starred at the University of Tampa in the 1970s and later played professionally for the Miami Dolphins and San Francisco 49ers.