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Jeff Ireland

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  • Has Jeff Ireland learned from mistakes?

    Has Jeff Ireland learned from mistakes?
    There's only one question for Dolphins General Manager Jeff Ireland on this first day of the NFL off-season, and it's not why he still has this chance, what he'll do with $48 million and five high draft picks to spend or whether the next few months will...
  • Dolphins sign OT Tyson Clabo, and add a former FAU linebacker

    The free agent market hasn't been kind to NFL veteran offensive linemen. Because the 2013 draft was filled with talented young linemen most of the tackles had to wait months, until after the draft, to get a deal done. Some offensive linemen are still...
  • Miami Dolphins place franchise tag on Randy Starks

    Miami Dolphins place franchise tag on Randy Starks
    The Miami Dolphins have placed the franchise tag on defensive tackle Randy Starks, guaranteeing the two-time Pro Bowl selection a one-year salary of $8.45 million in 2013. Using the franchise tag on Starks ensures that Miami’s defensive line,...
  • Miami Dolphins re-sign Brian Hartline to five-year deal

    Miami Dolphins re-sign Brian Hartline to five-year deal
    DAVIE — Dolphins wide receiver Brian Hartline admits he was "kind of curious" about his value as a free agent on the open market. But his curiosity didn't get very far. Hartline bypassed free agency Friday, signing a five-year, $30.7 million...
  • Dolphins make big splash by signing Mike Wallace

    Dolphins make big splash by signing Mike Wallace
    The Miami Dolphins burst into free agency Tuesday by signing high-profile wide receiver Mike Wallace, the top free agent on the market and one of the best deep threats in the NFL. Wallace inked a five-year contract worth $65 million, with $30 million...
  • Week 3: Dolphins 27, Falcons 23 (W)

    Week 3: Dolphins 27, Falcons 23 (W)
    DAVIE - There is something different about this year's Miami Dolphins team, but I haven't been able to put my finger on it. It could be second-year quarterback Ryan Tannehill's steady development, or rookie kicker Caleb Sturgis' stellar consistency,...
  • Bill Parcells has regrets about the timing of his Dolphins exit

    Bill Parcells has regrets about the timing of his Dolphins exit
    Bill Parcells has had an accomplished NFL career as a coach and executive of many franchises, but his brief tenure as vice president of football operations for the Miami Dolphins consistently gets swept under the rug. During a conference call discussing...
  • Time for Dolphins to get off mediocrity merry-go-round

    Time for Dolphins to get off mediocrity merry-go-round
    The beginning of an NFL season represents optimism, and should possess excitement and renewed hope. There's usually playoff talk and aspirations for a division title. Maybe someone will whisper those two words few dare speak of in July ... Super Bowl....
  • Ten observations from the Miami Dolphins scrimmage

    Ten observations from the Miami Dolphins scrimmage
    MIAMI GARDENS - The Miami Dolphins put the team through a rehearsal for Sunday night's exhibition opener against the Dallas Cowboys, and the action inside Sun-Life Stadium Monday night provided plenty of hints about the 2013 team. Here is a 10-pack of...
  • Miami Dolphins practice report: Training Camp Day 9

    Miami Dolphins practice report: Training Camp Day 9
    — Top Phins performers tonight: 1. Wheeler (pick 6). 2. McNutt (very active day with starters) 3. Tyms (active, 2 deep bombs in 1-on-1s). — Caleb Sturgis just got iced by Joe Philbin before a 42-yard field goal he made. BLANK STARE....
  • Ten reasons for Dolphins fans to have optimism

    Ten reasons for Dolphins fans to have optimism
    I'd like to enter a guilty plea. I openly admit I'm a glass half-empty kind of guy. That's just my style, my way of thinking. I prepare for the worst in every instance, and if I get something better than the worst I'll be pleasantly surprised. The...