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Lamar Miller, RB, Miami Dolphins
School: Miami (FL)
FANTASY FOOTBALL ANALYSIS
The Miami Dolphins love the upside of Lamar Miller. He’s going to be one of the hottest sleeper candidates going into 2013. If you have an early draft take him first and watch as the other owners start to curse you out. That’s how you know the draft homework you put in is paying off. It also means you pay way too much attention to fantasy sites… thank you!
But in reality, Lamar saw just a taste of action in his rookie year. Not enough to bank on but surely he’s got some experience and that is more than we can say about any possible rookies coming into the NFL this season. In his limited amount of work, Lamar averaged nearly 5 YPC. Since Reggie Bush is most likely walking for greener pastures, and former hyped-up rookie Daniel Thomas can’t seem to string two good performances together, it is Lamar’s job to lose heading into Spring training. So for ...
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Seen as virtually a shoe-in to land free agent receiver Mike Wallace, the Miami Dolphins learned that the Minnesota VIkings are reportedly willing to jump in the fray for Wallace as well.
That isn't good news for Miami, who'll have to spend at least $13 million in order to land Wallace, reports Jeff Darlington of NFL Network, via PFT.
With Percy Harvin traded away to...
According to the Palm Beach Post, Mike Wallace signing with the Miami Dolphins is believed to be a “done deal.”
We hear from someone we trust that it’s a “done deal” that Wallace will be signing with Miami.
The writing has been on the wall for a while now that Wallace will land in Miami. It would be a shock if he signs anywhere else.
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Miami Dolphins Tackle Jake Long is a free agent and the team looks prepared to let him walk. This apparently angered a fan who decided the best avenue to vent his frustration at Long’s salary demands would be to tweet the man’s wife.
Haha really??? Get a life.“@craigerdoit: @jackielong_17 screw your husband!!!!!” Don’t worry, I do.
— Jackie Long (@jackielong_17) March...
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk reports that the Dolphins re-signed FS Chris Clemons to a one-year contract.
Clemons, 27, was a big contributor for the Dolphins this season. He tallied 99 tackles and two interceptions while playing in all 16 games.
Miami seems likely to lose free agent CB Sean Smith, but keeping Clemons at least maintains some stability in their secondary.
The Miami Dolphins went into 2012 barren at wide receiver. Chad Johnson couldn’t even make it through training camp and Brian Hartline did an admirable job during the season, but it was obvious Miami needed to upgrade the position.
The Dolphins have already re-signed Hartline, they’re considered the front runners for Mike Wallace and now they’re interested in Wes Welker, according...
One of the things I love most about free agency is that it gives a glimpse into the type of player and person these free agents are.
What I mean by that is that it’s easy to tell who is in it for the money and who is in it for the ring. 2013 is no different, as one team, the Miami Dolphins, continue to get mentioned as a major player. The problem with that is, the Dolphins have...
Offensive improvement wasn’t the only thing on the mind of Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland Tuesday.According to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, the ‘Fins have agreed in principle to a five-year, $35 million contract with Ravens’ linebacker Dannell Ellerbe.Ellerbe had his most productive season during the Ravens’ Super Bowl run, notching 4.5 sacks and 2 forced...
No surprise, the Miami Dolphins wasted little time making splashes in free agency.
The Dolphins agreed to deals with their No. 1 target, wide receiver Mike Wallace, and linebacker Dannell Ellerbe.
Wallace gives Miami a deep threat the team hasnt had in more than a decade. The former Steeler reportedly just needed to pass a physical before signing a five-year, 60-65 million pact...
Could Jake Long be headed to the play for the Chicago Bears?
If you weren’t sure already, The Miami Dolphins want to revamp their linebacking corps.In a third move in as many hours on Tuesday, the team has agreed to terms with former Oakland Raiders linebacker Philip Wheeler, this according to Pro Football Talk. The deal is reportedly for five years at $26 million, with half of that guaranteed. The move further complicates the team’s depth...