Found June 24, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
PLAYERS: Adam Schefter
TEAMS: Miami Dolphins
Earlier today we heard that fullback Vonta Leach plans to take his time in picking a new team. He better not take too long because it looks like a team is ready to sign him now. ESPN’s Adam Schefter says he would be “surprised” if any team but the Miami Dolphins signed Leach. It will be a major upset if former Ravens FB Vonta Leach winds up anywhere other than Miami. Dolphins want him too much. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) June 25, 2013 The Dolphins have previously indicated that they are interested in Leach but right now there is no hurry for him. There has been said that as many as seven teams have been pursuing Leach so if the Dolphins get frustrated waiting around for Leach, he’ll still have his pick of a couple teams. Also training camp doesn’t begin until late July so there is no rush for Leach. Need NFL Tickets? The post Report: Would be a “suprise” if Miami Dolphins didn’t sign Vonta Leach appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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