It's probably a very good thing, then, that this stare down between Miami and Denver can give the Dolphins a chance to change their minds. When it comes to available quarterbacks who make the most sense for the Fins, Orton isn't the best option.
By Andrew Carter Sun Sentinel At least one Miami Dolphins rookie was headed into team headquarters on Thursday afternoon to sign his new contract. Reached by phone, Charles Clay said he was looking forward to doing just that.
Photo by KURT WILSON/Missoulian Jimmy Wilson didn't want to miss training camp with the Miami Dolphins, and he didn't. Ken Staninger, the Missoula-based agent for the Montana Grizzlies' standout, worked out a four-year deal with his client and the NFL
Dolphins continue to pursue Denver's Kyle Orton but aren't willing to overpay for him.