See, some players can still get paid this offseason.
The Dolphins agreed to a two-year contract extension with linebacker Tim Dobbins, according to his agent David Canter. Dobbins was acquired in the trade Miami made with San Diego down in the first round.
The new deal indicates he was hardly a throw in to the deal. The inside linebacker could wind up taking the starting job of Florio’s buddy Channing Crowder.