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  1. Tua Tagovailoa and Joe Burrow are the top two quarterbacks of the 2020 NFL Draft class, but Utah State’s Jordan Love is getting a ton of buzz as the third-best option. Love had a very nice combine showing Thursday, and the reports coming out of Indianapolis indicate he may end up being a top-10 pick, with the Miami Dolphins showing particular interest. Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald reported that the Dolphins may rank Love ahead of Oregon product Justin Herbert, who also had a very strong combine Thursday. He also shared that, despite a ton of reports indicating the Dolphins are being very active exploring trades, Miami may feel better about standing pat and using its three first-round picks. “So barring a series of trade-ups — or something crazy happening like the Redskins taking a quarterback at 2 — the Dolphins will probably have their choice of Herbert and Love at 5. And while Herbert for now seems to have the edge, don’t totally discount them taking the latter.” This report meshes well with what Ia
  2. Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports The Washington tackle wants a new deal, or to be traded. Loaded with draft picks and cap space, there are plenty of different avenues the Miami Dolphins could explore in order to improve on the team’s 5-11 2019 campaign. Despite the whispers of “tanking,” the Dolphins were active in trade talks before the season began. The Dolphins shipped away a handful of players, but were also looking to bring in pieces, specifically Jadeveon Clowney and Trent Williams. While neither of these moves became reality, it looks like the Miami Dolphins will have another shot to nab Williams, who is looking for a new contract, or to be traded. According to NFL Media’s Mike Garafolo, Washington coach Ron Rivera had positive interactions with Williams, but he still refuses to join the team unless he is given a new contact. The 31-year-old left tackle sat out the entire 2019 season after not receiving a new deal. The Dolphins are marching into free agency with roughly $93 million in cap space, the most
  3. Miami Dolphins fans and NFL fans may have to wait a little longer for the start of the league new year if the current CBA proposal drags on before a vote. NFL free agency coincides with the start of the league new year and Miami Dolphins fans have been chomping at the bit for a […] Miami Dolphins fans may have to wait longer for NFL free agency to start - Phin Phanatic - Phin Phanatic - A Miami Dolphins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
  4. Former Cincinnati Bengals and Miami Dolphins running back Mark Walton will not find himself on the field any time soon. The former Miami Hurricanes star was arrested for the fifth time over the past two years after cops in Florida say he was involved in an incident with the mother of his child. Walton, 22, was apprehended by authorities after he failed to follow a protective order that the woman had against him. “Opa-locka police said Thursday morning, around 3:30 a.m., they were called to a residence in the 3200 block of 132ns Terrace regarding a domestic dispute,” a local CBS News affiliate in Miami reported. Walton was released by the Dolphins about midway through the 2019 campaign after another incident with the unnamed woman. Before that, he was shown on video being tased after attempting to flee police. It’s rather obvious that Walton has some major issues going on outside of the football world. At this point, the larger concern has to be the well-being of Walton’s child and the woman with whom he’s be
  5. The modern NFL — much like our society today — is all about seeking immediate success. Quarterback Josh Rosen found that out the hard way, and it appears QB Dwayne Haskins may follow in his footsteps. The stunner: Washington Redskins head coach Ron Rivera shocked the NFL community Wednesday when announcing his team would be bringing in both top quarterbacks, Joe Burrow and Tua Tagovailoa, ahead of the 2020 NFL Draft. History repeating: The Arizona Cardinals fell in love with Kyler Murray during the 2019 NFL Draft cycle and ultimately traded their first-round quarterback (Josh Rosen) from the previous year to the Miami Dolphins, taking a loss on the deal. With Washington, which picks No. 2 overall this year, announcing that all options are on the table, it appears Haskins could follow in Rosen’s footsteps. What it means: Rivera, who made it clear Haskins is "not anointed" as Washington’s starter, announced that his staff isn’t sold on the young quarterback. He also sent an unspoken message to the rest of the