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Fins to Take a Look at Bringing Back Holliday?

Today’s Palm Beach Post throws out a pretty interesting rumor about the team maybe taking a look at bringing back Vonnie Holliday: With all the question marks on the Dolphins’ defensive line, it’s not beyond the realm of possibility that Bill Parcells and Co. might consider bringing Vonnie Holliday back sometime before the start of […]

Breaking Down the Fins 2009 Salary Cap

ESPN’s Insider section just did a full-scale blowout about the salary cap for each and every team around the league. Here’s what they had to say on the Dolphins: 2009 Salary Cap: $135,835,822 Player with Highest Cap Number: LT Jake Long ($9,606,240; 7.5% of cap) Highest Cap Number for a Player No Longer with Club: […]

Maualuga Works Out for the Phins

When I wrote that Miami needs to focus on defense with its first pick of the draft, I concluded the Phins could really do with a talismanic leader on D, especially with JT and Vonnie Holliday gone and Joey Porter not getting any younger. One defensive player who really seems to have some of that […]

Dolphins Release Holliday, Left Thin On Line

The Miami Dolphins continue to make an impact in free agency, only it’s just not the way that you thought it would be. The Dolphins continue to release/let go players that contributed a solid amount of playing time last season. Today, the trend continues with the release of defensive end Vonnie Holliday. Holliday, was not […]

Veteran DT Holliday to Be a Victim of a Roster Bonus?

The Dolphins are going to have to make some tough decisions in the coming weeks as free agency starts, and today’s Miami Herald talks about the team possibly dumping a major player on their roster – DT Vonnie Holliday. Here is the report from today’s edition: In the coming weeks, the Dolphins will settle the […]

Could the Fins Dump Vonnie Holliday Due to His Cap Number?

From: South Florida Sun-Sentinel Dolphins DT Vonnie Holliday is slated to earn $1.7 million in roster and workout bonuses in 2009 and has a hefty $5.75 million cap value. The leadership the 33-year-old provides is invaluable, but Holliday’s pass rush (3.5 sacks) was lackluster and could make him a cap casualty.

Parcells Arrives in Miami; Takes a Four-Year Deal as Head of Football Operations

The Dolphins have a new fish in town, and his name is Tuna. Yes, Bill Parcells has arrived, and with him the hopes and dreams of the Dolphins once again becoming contenders for a team that seems on the verge of winning just one game in 2007.  Parcells agreed to a four-year deal on Wednesday […]