Alex Smith is visiting the Dolphins on Sunday, but the QB also has a visit scheduled with the Seahawks, according to league sources.
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Miami’s hot pursuit of a quarterback now includes another former NFL starter — David Garrard.
Free-agent WR Mario Manningham remains in St. Louis for a visit, according to league sources. The Dolphins and 49ers also are interested in Manningham.
The Rams have agreed to terms with ex-Dolphins DL Kendall Langford, according to a league source.
Free-agent quarterback Matt Flynn left Seattle on Friday night and flew to Miami for his visit with the Dolphins, according to a league source.
DE Mark Anderson is visiting the Dolphins today, according to a league source.
Free-agent QB Matt Flynn‘s visit in Seattle, which began Thursday, will continue Friday, league sources said, and the free-agent QB will be spending Thursday night there.
Free-agent QB Matt Flynn has a trip planned to Miami if and when his visit with the Seahawks concludes, league sources said Thursday.
Posted: Thursday, March 15th, 2012 | Jason La Canfora Tags: 2012 free agency, Anthony Gonzalez, Arizona Cardinals, Brandon Lloyd, Buffalo Bills, Chaz Schilens, Eddie Royal, Mario Manningham, Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, New York Jets, Randy Moss, robert meachem, San Francisco 49ers
In terms of name recognition, the early run on pass-catchers has left only a few notable options available, including WRs Mario Manningham and Brandon Lloyd.
We’re moving into the next phase of the Peyton Manning race, and I can’t imagine a scenario where he’s on another corporate jet other than to sign a contract.
So where do we stand in the Peyton Manning derby on Thursday morning? Right now, talking to all the parties involved, everybody still believes they are in the game.
While some consider the Dolphins a distant last in the Peyton Manning sweepstakes, a source close to the quarterback said Wednesday that Miami is out “at all.”
The deal that DT Paul Soliai signed Wednesday to stay with the Miami Dolphins is for two years, according to a league source.
The Dolphins will retain defensive tackle Paul Soliai, according to a team source.