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  • Miami Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey spoke at the NFL Combine on Tuesday afternoon and didn't reveal much about the team's plans over the next several weeks, which was to be expected. Here is everything that he had to say: Hickey noted that every offseason is tough in the salary cap era.  The Dolphins will go through a process and will be methodical about it.  Th... read more...
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  • Try as general manager Dennis Hickey might to evade and say nothing and give no clues that there is an issue between the Miami Dolphins and Mike Wallace, it is clear there is indeed an issue. Up to now I've been thinking the issue is as simple as either cutting or not cutting Wallace following two seasons in which he has definitely not met ... read more...
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  • The Miami Dolphins have 12 glaring needs headed into the start of free agency in March, and limited resources to fill those voids.The Miami Dolphins have 12 glaring needs headed into the start of free agency in March, and limited resources to fill those voids. ... read more...
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  • The Indianapolis Colts cut safety LaRon Landry five minutes ago. And not one Miami Dolphins fan has asked me on twitter (@ArmandoSalguero) if their team will be interested in signing the player. What's the matter with you people? Slacking? That move by the Colts will si... read more...
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  • The Miami Dolphins have placed Mike Wallace on the trade block, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports. The decision to shop Wallace isn’t just based on his play, “but also his fit in the locker room.” Wallace, 28, famously benched himself in last year’s season finale, which led to a shouting match with head coach Joe Philbin. After the game, several of Wallace’s teammates tol... read more...
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  • It appears the Miami Dolphins have seen all they need of Mike Wallace to make a sound decision about his future with the team. Ian Rapoport reported on NFL Total Access on Wednesday that the Dolphins are exploring the trade route based not just on Wallace’s play, but also his fit in the locker room. Wallace took a lot of heat for removing himself from the Dolphins season ... read more...
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  • Every year, NFL Draft Diamonds brings our readers the best in depth interviews on the internet. We specialize in giving players an opportunity to showcase their talents on our website. We conducted interviews last year with over 300 plus players. We want you to enjoy our interviews, because when these young men are in the […] The post Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview: Jor... read more...
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  • It does not appear the Miami Dolphins are prepared to cut their agitated and overpaid wide receiver Mike Wallace quite yet. According to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport, the Dolphins may decide to shop him in a trade. The reports goes on to indicate that it’s not all about Wallace’s lack of on-field production. The team is said to be growing tired of his temperament in the ... read more...
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  • To-do lists are usually kept on the refrigerator with items waiting to be checked off. If you're a super-procrastinator, there's a good chance it can remain on the fridge for months at a time—until you finally get to it and realize it's March and your Christmas lights are still up. You might be able to afford to slack like that, assuming you're a single ... read more...
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  • The Miami Dolphins are not prepared to cut disgruntled wide receiver Mike Wallace just yet. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported on NFL Total Access on Wednesday that the Dolphins are exploring the trade route based not just on Wallace’s play, but also his fit in the locker room. http://youtu.be/nZi0Vnx15AU Wallace is the highest paid bum wide receiver out there. I woul... read more...
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  • This is what I know about the Mike Wallace situation after talking to multiple sources to piggyback on what NFL Network said Wednesday evening that the Dolphins are "talking about possibly trading" the wide receiver: Yes, the Dolphins are talking about possibly trading Wallace. It is an option. But it is not the lone option. The team has ... read more...
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  • Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace would prefer to become a unrestricted free agent than restructure his deal, which pays him $9.9 million in 2015.Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace would prefer to become a unrestricted free agent than restructure his deal, which pays him $9.9 million in 2015. ... read more...
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  • The Miami Dolphins are apparently not prepared, at least right now, to release disgruntled wide receiver Mike Wallace. According to a report by the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the team will explore a trade route. Wallace is due $9.85 million in 2015 as part of a five-year, $60 million deal that runs through 2017 with Miami. A trade scenario looks very much like a pipe drea... read more...
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  • NFL teams have begun to purge their rosters, which is supplementing the free agent market with solid veterans. The Dolphins haven't made any roster moves yet.NFL teams have begun to purge their rosters, which is supplementing the free agent market with solid veterans. The Dolphins haven't made any roster moves yet. ... read more...
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  • Predicting what the Miami Dolphins will do has become an exercise in futility on par with trying to lose weight by going on a 0.1-mile run every day.  Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey must be taking cues from New England Patriots head coach ... read more...
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  • [Note: One final post from the Super Bowl before I take a few days off.] PHOENIX -- I was at one of the New England Patriots media availabilities last week, sitting with a Patriots veteran, when he apparently noticed my media badge that obviously had my name and affiliation on it. "Miami Herald, huh? What up with your boy Mike Wallac... read more...
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