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Miami Dolphins Offseason Report

Dolphins Offseason Report

The Miami Dolphins’ season doesn’t officially begin for another few months, but the energy for the season is ramping up with the upcoming NFL Draft, free agency and the impending NFL schedule release. Dolphins fans have a lot to look forward to already with some big free agent signings and returning players, but in case you missed any of it, we are here to get you caught up on the biggest news around the Miami Dolphins camp.

Free agent news
Ndamukong Suh continues to be the top story around the Dolphins’ offseason moves, and rightfully so, as he became Miami’s biggest signing, monetarily and figuratively speaking, in franchise history. But he hasn’t been the only big news around South Florida lately – in fact, the team inked another player to a big-money deal just this week involving center Mike Pouncey, making the two-time Pro Bowler the highest-paid center in the NFL and guaranteeing his stay in Miami through 2020. The Fins also secured their No. 2 QB by re-signing Matt Moore.

The Dolphins have been hot on the trail for a veteran wide receiver lately, but their efforts so far have failed to get any to sign an offer sheet. Gone are Brian Hartline, Mike Wallace and Brandon Gibson, so Miami has Rishard Matthews, Jarvis Landry and Kenny Stills (landed via trade) on their WR corps. Understandably so, the team wants to add another piece to the puzzle, but visits with Wes Welker, Greg Jennings and Michael Crabtree ended up fruitless. Names on the market still include Hakeem Nicks and Reggie Wayne. The team did sign former University of Miami star LaRon Byrd on April 15, but he isn’t expected to be the big name player they are seeking (Byrd was on the practice squad last year and impressed coaches despite suffering a season-ending shoulder injury in early December).

NFL Draft news
The Miami Dolphins will be in the 14th slot in this year’s draft, and at this point it’s anyone’s guess which direction the Fins will go. The most frequent names out there at the moment in association with Miami are Alabama's Amari Cooper, West Virginia's Kevin White and Louisville's DeVante Parker, but all three might be off the board by the time 14 rolls around. If they go the cornerback route, Michigan State's Trae Waynes, LSU's Jalen Collins and Washington’s Marcus Peters are options. News also came out this week that Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon will be making a visit to South Florida next week, and other names tossed around the latest mock drafts include safety Landon Collins (Alabama), OT La’el Collins (LSU) and DT Danny Shelton (Washington).

NFL Schedule news
The 2015 NFL schedule has been released! Check out and secure your Miami Dolphins tickets early for the best selection of what will surely be the hottest tickets in town!