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By on March 15, 2012 at 7:55 pm

The Dolphins newly signed defensive back calls in to the program to tell the fans what he plans on bringing to the Dolphins defense in 2012. Make sure to listen for Marshall’s candid self-analysis on his strengths and his style of play.


By on March 15, 2012 at 3:16 pm

The NFL Network analyst talks with Jesse Agler to give his strong opinions about Peyton Manning, Matt Flynn and all of the big names in the 2012 free agent class. Also, hear Evans’ interesting take on the best way to build a team through the means of free agency and the draft.


Watch the interview here:


By on March 13, 2012 at 3:00 pm

Here is a list of the Dolphins’ 2012 Unrestricted Free Agent class, updated with information on if players have re-signed or signed elsewhere:

Ikaika Alama-Francis, LB: Unsigned

Will Allen, CB: Signed with Patriots

Vernon Carey, OL: Unsigned

Marc Colombo, OT: Unsigned

Chad Henne, QB: Reportedly signs with the Jaguars.

Kendall Langford, DL: Reportedly signs with Rams.

JP Losman, QB: Unsigned

Marvin Mitchell, LB: Unsigned

Steve Slaton, RB: Reportedly re-signs with Dolphins

Paul Soliai, NT: Re-signs with Dolphins

*Jason Taylor, LB: Unsigned

*Though Taylor announced his retirement, he is technically considered an unrestricted free agent.

By on March 13, 2012 at 2:17 pm

The first thing that comes to mind when talking the cornerback position is playmakers! Guys that can truly change the way a offense attacks a defense. When you have a dominant player at this position, it makes an offense take notice of where that person lines up each and every play. It sometimes limits your offensive schemes and alters where and when to attack, unless you have a receiver that can match up with an equal skill set!

By on March 13, 2012 at 10:38 am

With free agency beginning today at 4pm, many players will formally begin the process of switching teams for the upcoming season. See our positional previews below:



Running Back

Wide Receiver

Tight End

Offensive Guard

Offensive Tackle

Defensive Line and Linebacker



By on March 13, 2012 at 10:36 am

With all of the emphasis in the NFL on offense, it has become increasingly important for defenses around the League to find a guy or two who is not just a playmaker, but a game-changer. While many of these guys are elite pass rushers, having a stud in the secondary can be highly beneficial as teams try to slow down the high-octane passing attacks used by most offenses.

By on March 11, 2012 at 10:51 am

No matter how much it will fly under a lot of fans’ radar, there’s no question that most teams around the NFL will be looking to upgrade their offensive lines this offseason. There are no official league-kept stats to judge the performance of offensive linemen and a lot of fans overlook the play in the trenches, but there’s no doubt this is a critical part of the formula for any team’s success.

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