• Fins cut Grimes Fins cut Grimes The Fins release CB Brent Grimes, freeing $6.5 million in cap space
  • Mario Williams signed Mario Williams signed DE Mario Williams signs a 2 years deal with the Fins
  • Fins trade for CB Maxwell Fins trade for CB Maxwell Fins swap 1st round picks with the Eagles for CB Maxwell and LB Alonso
  • Adam Gase hired Adam Gase hired Coach Gase was hired as head coach of the Dolphins

     

News – Roster moves continue

CB Nate Jones returns for his second stint with the Dolphins

TheMiamiDolphins have released TE Dante Rosario. Rosario was signed two weeks ago after being released by the Broncos. To fill his spot and the spot vacated by RB Larry Johnson, the Dolphins signed former Fin CB Nate Jones and former Cowboy DT Igor Olshansky.

Jones played with the Dolphins in 2008 and 2009, grabbing 3 INTs during that time. Jones joined the Broncos as a free agent in 2010.

Olshansky, a 7 year veteran, has 13 sacks with former teams San Diego and Dallas. Olshansky was a Jeff Ireland/Bill Parcells draft pick of the Cowboys in 2004.

The additions of CB Nate Jones and DT Igor Olshansky lead me to believe that the injuries to CB Vontae Davis and DE Tony McDaniel could be more serious than initially thought.

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  • There is no longer much entertainment value to the Dolphins this year. They put the SAME boring product on the field this year as they did last year. It’s the coach not the players. Players come and go. No matter who is in there the head coach produces the exact same frustrating losing result year after year. The bottom line is it doesn’t matter if they beat Cleveland. They have convinced the fans and the more astute ex-fans that they can’t play with the leagues best teams PERIOD. So now what, do they expect the audience to watch LOSER MIAMI play LOSER CLEVELAND forever? What for? Where is the payoff for the fan, where is the excitement and the hope?

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