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March 20: According to Adam Beasley of The Miami Herald, the Dolphins are hosting Eric Winston for a visit on Wednesday.
March 18: Armando Salguero of The Miami Herald reports that the Dolphins plan to "make a corresponding move" to add an offensive tackle in free agency, and speculates Eric Winston and Sebastian Vollmer could be potential targets.
March 17: According to Barry Jackson of The Miami Herald, recently-released defensive end Elvis Dumervil's agent intends to contact the Dolphins because Dumervil "would like to play for Miami."
March 15: The Miami Dolphins' official Twitter account has announced they hosted cornerback Brent Grimes for a visit on Friday.
March 14: According to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com, the Dolphins will host defensive end Michael Bennett for a visit at some point on Thursday.
March 14: According to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News, wide receiver Brandon Gibson has left his visit with New York without a contract, and will visit the Dolphins and Titans on Friday.
March 14: Florio points out Sean Smith's market has been absolutely silent, and hints that the general market for cornerbacks could be a sign of collusion. If Smith doesn't find another suitor, he could very well end up back in Miami.
March 13: Armando Salguero of The Miami Herald reports that the Dolphins "remain hopeful" they can re-sign left tackle Jake Long. He has been visiting with the Rams over the past 24 hours.
March 13: Salguero reports tight end Dustin Keller is getting a physical, and that the team will talk terms once (if) the physical comes back okay.
March 13: Adam Schefter of ESPN reports the Dolphins will bring in former Jets tight end Dustin Keller for a visit. The Dolphins lost tight end Anthony Fasano to the Chiefs on a four-year contract.
March 13: Albert Breer of NFL Network reports that left tackle Jake Long will undergo a physical today as part of he and the Rams trying to reach a deal. Breer says that the chances of a contract getting done "hinge on" the results of the physical.
March 12: Seems I forgot to mention the rumor that the Dolphins were interested in tight end Jared Cook. No matter—he's been taken off the market after being signed by the Rams, according to Adam Caplan of TheSidelineView.com.
March 12: Schefter reports that the Dolphins and free-agent wide receiver Mike Wallace are working on a five-year deal, and that it is "very, very likely" to get done.
March 12: Schefter also reports that left tackle Jake Long has scheduled a visit with the St. Louis Rams, and that the Bears, Eagles and Dolphins are all also interested.
March 12: Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com reports that running back Reggie Bush is expected to visit the Detroit Lions, and that the Lions want to sign him before he leaves and has an opportunity to make other stops.
March 11: According to Ben Volin of The Palm Beach Post, it's a "done deal" that Wallace will join the Dolphins. ProFootballTalk reports that the deal could net Wallace roughly $13 million annually.
March 10: The Miami Herald reported that running back Reggie Bush "categorically" will not be back in Miami, while multiple outlets report that the Detriot Lions and Arizona Cardinals are currently the frontrunners for his services.