The Tua decision: What Dolphins must consider on QB's contract -- and what's next in negotiations

How much would it take to keep Tua Tagovailoa for the long term, and is it worth it to the Dolphins?


OBJ 'at peace' with supporting role for Dolphins

New Dolphins receiver Odell Beckham Jr. said he's comfortable with a support role at this point of his career. "I used to carry a lot of anger," he said. "... Now I just feel at peace."


Will Odell Beckham Jr. fit in with Tyreek Hill, Jaylen Waddle in Miami?

The Dolphins added Beckham to a receiver room that already features Hill and Waddle. Will he contribute?


Source: Dolphins, OBJ agree on 1-year contract

Odell Beckham Jr. is heading to Miami after agreeing to a one-year deal worth up to $8.25 million, a source confirmed to ESPN.


Source: Majority control of Dolphins 'not for sale'

Majority control of the Dolphins is "not for sale," a source told ESPN, after USA Today reported that owner Stephen Ross turned down a $10 billion offer for control of the team, the F1 Miami Grand Prix and Hard Rock Stadium.


Dolphins add additional year onto Mostert deal

The Dolphins have restructured the contract of running back Raheem Mostert, keeping him in Miami through 2025.


Starting LB Baker latest Dolphins cap casualty

The Dolphins are releasing starting linebacker Jerome Baker, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter on Tuesday.


'It's archaic': Why the 40-yard dash has lost its relevance at the NFL combine

Despite its popularity among fans and athletes, the 40 is becoming less and less useful to NFL evaluators.


Lawyer for Dolphins' Hill denies claims in lawsuit

A lawyer for Tyreek Hill denied allegations made in a civil lawsuit last week that the Dolphins receiver broke a woman's leg while running football drills at his home in June. Hill claimed the woman was injured tripping over a dog during the drills.


Fins, Tagovailoa 'hard at work' on new contract

Coach Mike McDaniel didn't give a timeline, but he said the Dolphins and Tua Tagovailoa, the NFL's leading passer in '23, are "hard at work" on a new contract.