Found March 18, 2013 on Phins Phocus:
  For the 2nd straight year a 1st overall pick is set to have a new team. Jake Long has signed a 4 year contract to go to the St Louis Rams.  The #BringJakeHome campaign which seemed to be gaining serious steam apparently never made it to Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland. Jake’s deal with St Louis is a 4 year 36 million dollar deal. While it seemed the Dolphins made it competitive it would not be surprising if we later heard the Dolphins never really attempted to match the dollars offered by St Louis. Jake is now the 3rd member of last year’s leadership council to be wearing new colors this offseason. Jake injuries were probably what sealed his faith in Miami as it is presumed the Dolphins will be aiming for a cheaper alternative to help solve their OT holes. The safest bet is that now softmore tackle Jonathan Martin will be moved to LT and the Dolphins will pursue OT Eric Winston or Sebastian Vollmer. Both tackles would bring an upgrade and are proven vets that can help th...

Jake Long chooses St. Louis Rams over Dolphins

At the start of the NFL’s free agency period, offensive lineman Jake Long had a big decision to make.  He could stick with the new look Miami Dolphins or he could join head coach Jeff Fischer and his evolving St. Louis Rams. On Sunday, Long picked the Rams leaving the Dolphins with a huge gap in their protection for quarterback Ryan Tannehill. Please click here to read this...

Report: Jake Long will likely re-sign with the Dolphins

According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, there’s some buzz that the left tackle Jake Long will end up re-signing with the Miami Dolphins. Buzz I am hearing among GMs is that Jake Long will end up back in Miami. Rams still in the hunt but this isn’t wreaking of a bidding war — Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) March 17, 2013 It sounds like both the Rams and Dolphins have...

Before Long: Dolphins' free agent tackle could return

Before free agency started, it was considered a foregone conclusion that tackle Jake Long would be moving on from the Miami Dolphins.After all, his play had declined considerably over the past two seasons while he battled injuries, and Long would be seeking top free agent money this offseason -- the type of money the Dolphins did not want to spend on an injury prone left tackle....

Dolphins Prepared To Sign An OT In Free Agency After Losing Jake Long?

Armando Salguero reports that a source has informed that the Miami Dolphins intend to sign an offensive tackle in free agency now that Jake Long has decided to sign with the Rams. Salguero mentions that Sebastian Vollmer or Eric Winston would make the most sense for the Dolphins at this point in time. Andre Smith and Bryant McKinnie aren’t great fits for the Dolphins, according...

Report: Jake Long Picks Four-Year Deal With Rams Over Re-Signing With Dolphins

In the end, Jake Long picked St. Louis over Miami — it’s not often you hear those words. The former No. 1 overall pick in the 2008 draft signed a four-year, $34 million deal with the St. Louis Rams, according to Pro Football Talk. With incentives, Long can earn up to $36 million. The deal includes $16 million fully guaranteed with another $4 million guaranteed in 2014. Albert...

Jake Long Agrees To Four Year $34 Million Deal With Rams

Former #1 overall pick Jake Long hinted at not always feeling the love from the team that drafted him in 2008, the Miami Dolphins, so he’s decided to take his game to St. Louis. After a lot of back and forth on Long’s part and not being sure where he wanted to be, Pro Football Talk is reporting that Long and the Rams have agreed on a four year deal worth $34 million and an annual...

Incognito's Twitter campaign for Miami to keep Long

Richie Incognito took to Twitter to campaign for the Dolphins to re-sign his teammate, Jake Long.

Long's departure clears Dolphins of '08 draft class

So Long, 2008.Jake Long, the Miami Dolphins' once franchise left tackle, signed with the St. Louis Rams late Sunday night, as first reported by ProFootballTalk. Long took the money, opting for a four-year, $34 million contact with $20 guaranteed over whatever the Dolphins' lesser proposal was. With that, the Dolphins have completely cleared out their 2008 draft class, which...

Jake Long Signs with the Rams; Richie Incognito's Twitter Campaign Fails

Ryan Tannehill's week is not starting off the way he wanted it to. The quarterback for the Miami Dolphins is going to need to find someone else to anchor one side of the offensive line and protect his behind next season. Tackle Jake Long has signed a four-year, $36 million deal with the St. Louis Rams. It is not exactly news. He had been talking with the Rams at length...

Richie Incognito starts #BringJakeHome social media campaign, bromance in full bloom

Richie Incognito starting a social media campaign to bring Jake Long back to the Miami Dolphins with #bringjakehome.

A glance at busy offseason for AFC East offensive lines

Wide receiver has clearly been a focal point for AFC East teams in the 2013 version of free agency. Offensive line looks to be just as important.Former Miami Dolphins left tackle Jake Long signed with the St. Louis Rams less than a week after ex-Buffalo Bills guard Andy Levitre joined the Tennessee Titans. The New England Patriots have yet to make a move on tackle Sebastian Vollmer...
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