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      by Published on 04-20-2015 05:14 PM  Number of Views: 36 
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      Players Arrive For First Stage of Mini-Camp



      The Miami Dolphins entered the first phase of the offseason workout program today. Players reported early Monday morning at the Doctors Hospital Training Facility in Davie, Florida to begin league wide voluntary workouts. The Dolphins had a strong showing in attendance today. Among those were newly acquired free agent, defensive star Ndamukong Suh, who sounded eager to begin his role as a Miami Dolphin, ďIt was great. I enjoyed every last bit of it. A lot of informational things today. Itís been good. Itís a very progressive team and Iím seeing it more and more each day Iím here.Ē The only notable absentee today was Dion Jordan, no word as of yet as to why he elected to not attend.

      The nine week voluntary program has three phases, the first being limited to strength and conditioning and physical rehabilitation only, will endure for two weeks. Phase two will have varying on field workouts and drills limited to a one on one basis with no contact and will begin May 4. The third phase will be more in depth and team drills will be permitted.


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      by Published on 04-11-2015 05:22 AM  Number of Views: 326 
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      According ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Miami Dolphins have signed Pro Bowl Center Mike Pouncey to a five year extension worth $52.15 million. The deal will make Pouncey the highest paid center in the NFL by average annual value. The deal includes $22 million guaranteed and an $11 million signing bounces according to Shefter's sources. By signing Pouncey to the extension this marks the first time a 1st round draft pick has signed a multi-year contract OL Vernon Carey, a first round draft pick in 2004.

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      by Published on 03-08-2015 06:53 PM  Number of Views: 2269 
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      Defensive Star Agrees to 6 Year Contract



      Citing a report from ESPN's Chris Mortensen, the Miami Dolphins have made an agreement to sign Ndamukong Suh to a six year contract. Unless something drastic happens between now and the opening of free agency period on Tuesday, the contract for Suh will be an estimated $114 million with $60 million guaranteed. The Detroit Lions, Suh's former team, have been rumored to be in a bidding war with the Dolphins since the "tampering period" began on Saturday. It appears the Lions have fell short in their bid to retain the four time all-pro defensive lineman. Suh has been one of the most dominating players since he entered the league and will provide the the Dolphins porous run defense a welcome boost. The Dolphins may have just made the biggest free agent signing in the history of the franchise and hopefully Suh can become the cornerstone of the defense and help take this team to the next level for many years to come.

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