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Dolphins sign tight end Gavin Escobar

The Dolphins have shown plenty of pre-draft interest in the top tight ends, but they filled in the blanks with a veteran Monday. The Dolphins announced they signed tight end Gavin Escobar. The former second-round pick of the Cowboys has struggled to find a permanent home. He was released by the Browns last week, and [more]

Frank Gore wants to show Kenyan Drake a few things

Frank Gore is back in Miami, but he’s not ready to retire. The Miami native and University of Miami alum signed with the Dolphins for his 14th NFL season and he plans to put that experience to use as more than just a ballcarrier in head coach Adam Gase’s offense. Gore also sees an opportunity [more]

Amendola: Belichick is the best coach ever, and an a–hole sometimes

As Danny Amendola says goodbye to New England and hello to Miami, he has plenty to say about his old team. Amendola offered a complicated opinion of Patriots coach Bill Belichick, whom he refers to as the “best coach to ever coach the game” but also as a difficult person to have as a boss. [more]

Danny Amendola: Patriots’ offer didn’t even come close to Dolphins’ offer

During his tenure in New England, Danny Amendola repeatedly agreed to take less money to stay with the Patriots. But that tenure ended this year when Amendola simply couldn’t do it from a financial perspective anymore. Amendola told Mike Reis of ESPN that he left for the Dolphins this offseason because Patriots coach Bill Belichick [more]

Jarvis Landry accomplished both his dreams in signing contract extension

It’s official: Jarvis Landry signed his five-year, $75 million contract extension with the Browns on Friday. “I have never believed in luck because I have always believed in God. What God has for you, no other man can take, stop or have,” Landry said, via quotes distributed by the team. “I’ve always dreamed of two [more]

Kenny Vaccaro visiting Dolphins

One of the safeties caught in a slow-moving free agent market at the position may have a chance to land a job with the Dolphins. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Kenny Vaccaro will visit the Dolphins on Thursday. Vaccaro ranked No. 27 on our list of the top free agents this year and [more]

Belichick creates impression that he wants Lamar Jackson

While the manner in which the top five quarterbacks will exit the board isn’t known, two things have become accepted in recent weeks. One, Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson may be the last of the five taken. Two, he nevertheless will be taken in round one. So who will take Jackson? The Cardinals at No. 15? [more]

Dolphins continue to look at top quarterbacks

The Dolphins have a starting quarterback they’ve expressed confidence in, and they pick 11th overall, so you wouldn’t think they’d be active in the quarterback market. But they’re checking off all the boxes of teams that are, which suggests that at least one of those factors is at least only partially true. Via Barry Jackson [more]

Despite interest in rookie quarterbacks, Gase says he’s committed to Tannehill

Ryan Tannehill remains Miami’s quarterback. And yet the Dolphins continue to show interest in members of the incoming rookie class. During a recent visit to PFT Live, coach Adam Gase addressed the persistent belief that he’s not committed to Tannehill. “All you can do is say it and actions speak louder than words, I guess,” [more]

Josh Allen visiting Browns, then Dolphins

Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen will spend the next two days visiting with a team that could draft him first overall, and with a team that might trade up for him if he doesn’t go first overall. Allen will first visit with the Browns tomorrow and then fly to Miami for a visit with the Dolphins, [more]

Dolphins meeting with Dallas Goedert, Hayden Hurst

The Dolphins cut Julius Thomas and Anthony Fasano is a free agent, which means Miami is without two players who saw 1,138 offensive snaps between them during the 2017 season. That’s led many to predict that the Dolphins will be taking a tight end in the early part of the draft later this month. Two [more]

Dolphins signing linebacker Terence Garvin

The Dolphins added some special teams help and linebacker depth as they tweak the roster before the draft. Via Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Dolphins are signing linebacker Terence Garvin. Garvin started three games for the Seahawks last year, and spent the previous season in Washington. His first three seasons were with the [more]

Report: Dolphins nixed C.J. Anderson-Ja’Wuan James trade

In March, Mike Klis of KUSA reported that the Broncos called the Dolphins about a trade involving right tackle Ja'Wuan James but the Dolphins passed on the chance to make a deal. Now there’s another report about what such a trade would have looked like had the two sides been able to agree to compensation. [more]

Adam Gase: Lackluster effort against Bills led to changes

The Dolphins have made plenty of big changes to the roster this offseason. The changes were sparked in part by the team’s effort, of lack thereof, during a 24-16 loss to the Bills. “That game at Buffalo just seemed like a 20-hour game,” coach Adam Gase recently said on The Joe Rose Show, via the [more]

Dolphins local pro day brings better crowd than most

Each team in the NFL gets to bring 30 players in for pre-draft visits, along with a separate cattle call workout for any local prospects. For some teams, that’s more valuable than for others. The Dolphins are bringing more name recognition in to their local player workout today, since South Florida is such a hotbed [more]

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