PAUL SOLIAI RUMORS & GOSSIP

Why the Atlanta Falcons should trade up in the first round

With the upcoming NFL Draft less than a month away, there are plenty of story-lines to analyze and various situations that could happen as teams are trying to better their rosters through this year’s draft class.  Many questions have surrounded what are arguably two of the most exciting players to play college football in Johnny Manziel and Jadeveon Clowney, and where they will...
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Atlanta Falcons: Run defense a main issue in free agency period

The first day of free agency in the National Football League brought many surprises. Many keynote, prominent players were released by their teams. Players such as Lance Moore and Darren Sproles were released by the Saints and the Cowboys released seven-time pro bowl defensive end Demarcus Ware to name a few. Nevertheless, with releasing of players comes the opportunity to improve...
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March 14, 2014  |  Discuss

The Falcons add to their defensive arsenal

Free agency is heating up and they don’t call Atlanta, Hotlanta for nothing! The Falcons wasted no time adding fuel to what seemed like a dwindling fire in the backfield last year. Atlanta signed Paul Soliai, the former Miami dolphins starting nose tackle. Soliai was a fourth round pick of the Dolphins in the 2007 draft. Last season Soliai finished with a recorded 35 tackles, two...
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March 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Atlanta Falcons sign DT Paul Soliai

What’s with the Falcons committing all this money to pure run stoppers? I understand they need to improve their run defense, but they also need to add pass rushers. Not only are Tyson Jackson and Paul Soliai not pass rushers, but they’re actually liabilities on passing plays. They played a combined 493 pass snaps last season and for good reason. Now the Falcons have given them...
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March 12, 2014  |  Discuss

If Vikings don’t pursue DT Paul Soliai it’d be surprising

The Miami Dolphins and defensive tackle Paul Soliai haven’t made any progress on a new deal. From the Miami Herald: In short, both Paul Soliai and Randy Starks – who have anchored the middle of Miami’s D-line for the last half-decade – are most likely gone. There has been no progress on a new deal for Soliai, and all indications are his time with the Dolphins is...
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March 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Time for Dolphins fans to say bye to Paul Soliai?

According to David Canter, Paul Soliai is on his way out. This morning Canter was asked if there was any good news coming out about Soliai. He responded with “Hell yes great news. Free agency starts this weekend”. That basically wraps up Soliai’s career with the Fins. He added that after multiple meetings and discussions the Dolphins did not offer him a contract and will not...
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March 03, 2014  |  Discuss

DT options for the Dolphins should Soliai and Starks walk

Randy Starks vs Paul Soliai has been the lingering debate all off season, however not many ever pictured a scenario where both players could walk this offseason. Barry Jackson of The Miami Herald reported Wednesday that Miami has yet to offer a contract to Starks or Soliai however they do remain interested in both players. It has also been reported that Soliai has already sold his...
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February 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Randy Starks or Paul Soliai, let the debate begin

Over the next several weeks, the Dolphins will have a tough decision to make on the defensive line. That is to figure out which player to keep – Randy Starks or Paul Soliai. The chances of the Dolphins keeping both are extremely slim – both will command big money on the big market and the Dolphins simply have too many other holes to fill. In addition, Jared Odrick now plays DT...
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February 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Dolphins have work to do if they want to bring back Paul Soliai

This morning I was doing my daily internet surfing and stumbled upon a blurb from NBC’s rotoworld saying according to the Miami Herald, impending free agent DT Paul Soliai “really, really doesn’t want to leave” Miami. The blurb later went on saying it’s because of that fact that reporter Armando Salguero believes Soliai “may come cheaper” than fellow free agent DT Randy...
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January 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Dolphins re-sign Soliai, meet with Winston & Marshall, wait on Manning

The Miami Dolphins waiting approximately 24 hours before signing their first free agent. Surprisingly, the first free agent the Dolphins sign, was one of their own.  On Wednesday, the Dolphins signed DT Paul Soliai to a 2 year contract worth $12 million with $6 million guaranteed.  The deal will cost the Dolphins roughly $4 million [...]
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March 14, 2012  |  Discuss
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