With starter Lamar Miller set to hit free agency and Jay Ayaji likely not ready to take the full-time lead role, Miami could be in the market for a RB.
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Will Gase loosen the reins on Tannehill?
According to teammate Greg Jennings, Ryan Tannehill would like more freedom to audible, which he hasn't had much of in his career so far. Will new head coach Adam Gase oblige? NFL rumors roundup
After earning a trip to the Pro Bowl, star wide receiver Jarvis Landry has begun working to gear up for next season.
There are a lot of questions as to who will be back at defensive end for the Dolphins, but it's an area that needs to improve.
Things could be better in Miami
Everyone is hopeful that Adam Gase can get Ryan Tannehill's career back on track after a two-steps-back 2015, but don't expect any splashy additions this offseason. Our experts aren't sold on the Dolphins in 2016. Way-too-early Power Rankings
James Walker has you covered when it comes to the Dolphins who will be hitting the free-agent market. Next up: Derrick Shelby.
Plenty of ways to win
Peyton Manning is the first quarterback since Ben Roethlisberger in Super Bowl XL to win the Lombardi Trophy without throwing a touchdown pass.
What can the Dolphins take away from watching Peyton Manning and the Denver defense in Super Bowl 50? There are many ways to win a title.
Carolina has a tough hill to climb
Getting to the Super Bowl is a hard enough task, but returning to the big game a year after losing? That is truly a rare feat. Only the '70 Cowboys and '71 Dolphins came back and hoisted the Lombardi Trophy a year after confetti fell on their opponent.
Former Dolphins first-round pick Ted Ginn Jr. found a home with the Panthers but couldn't win his first ring.
Favre's record, but not for long
Newly minted Hall-of-Famer Brett Favre's record for career regular-season wins doesn't appear likely to stand the test of time. Tom Brady or Peyton Manning, if he returns for another season, is poised to break the mark in the near future.
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Getting into the zone
Cam Newton's unique size and speed has made the zone-read a force to be reckoned with in Carolina. No one has ripped off more 20-yard carries from the zone-read than Newton since he came into the NFL.
Former starting safety Louis Delmas missed all of the 2015 season due to a knee injury. Will Miami re-sign him?
Matt Moore has not seen much playing time serving as Ryan Tannehill's backup and it may be time for Miami to move on from the 31-year-old veteran.
A roundup of Dolphins stories from around the Internet on Friday, including a look at the underwhelming offensive line.
Kelvin Sheppard had an inconsistent 2015 season, so the Dolphins may view the free agent middle linebacker as more of a fallback option moving forward.
The latest Dolphins stories around the Web focus on the team's long-awaited turnaround.
It seems unlikely that receiver Rishard Matthews will return to the Dolphins.
Former ESPN 300 prospects in Pro Bowl
In honor of national signing day, let's take a look at former ESPN 300 prospects who are living out their dream in the NFL -- specifically playing in the Pro Bowl.
Dolphins' moves haven't paid off
Sure, signing Ndamukong Suh and drafting DeVante Parker looked like decent moves by season's end, but Miami didn't show any improvement despite its efforts. Mike Sando drops the Fins' grade in hindsight. 2015 offseason re-grade (Insider)
Can the Fins keep Vernon off the market?
Miami has already invested heavily in its defensive line, and Olivier Vernon's scorching finish to the season could make him quite pricey to re-sign. Can the Dolphins keep him around? NFL rumors roundup
We're highlighting key players whose contracts expired and their chances to return to South Florida. Next up is Miami's sack leader, DE Olivier Vernon.