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2016 Schedule
10-6, 2nd in AFC East
Julius Thomas' value drop a knock on Bortles? (2:09)
Woody calls Wake toughest guy he ever blocked (0:28)
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2dJames Walker

Sources: Thomas to Dolphins, Albert to Jags

The Jaguars are trading Julius Thomas to the Dolphins, a source confirmed to ESPN. Thomas has agreed to a revised contract as part of the deal, which can't be officially announced until March 9.

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The Dolphins are reportedly acquiring TE Julius Thomas from the Jaguars. Last season Dolphins tight ends combined for 551 yards, 2nd-fewest in the NFL (Jets, 173).

Dolphins, Jags trade discussions heat up (1:56)
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Is Julius Thomas worth trading for?

ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Monday morning the Dolphins and Jaguars are discussing a trade that would send Thomas to Miami. The tight end's numbers have dipped since signing a five-year, $46 million deal with the Jags two years ago, including a 2016 season that ended on injured reserve.

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Cameron Wake received a contract extension from the Dolphins. Wake has 81.5 career sacks, 2nd-most since he entered the NFL in 2009 (DeMarcus Ware - 85.0), and also 2nd-most in Dolphins franchise history (Jason Taylor - 131.0).

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Dolphins DE Wake signs two-year extension

The two-year contract extension that Pro Bowl defensive end Cameron Wake reached with the Dolphins is worth $19 million with $11 million guaranteed, a source told ESPN.

Dolphins defense needs a makeover (1:34)
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Dolphins should sign Zeitler

Could Kevin Zeitler help improve Miami's strong rushing attack?

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Dolphins have two big holes to fill at guard

Moving on from tackle Branden Albert means a domino effect that will leave the Dolphins seeking help at guard in free agency and/or the draft.

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Dolphins cut DE Williams, look to deal LT Albert

The Dolphins released Mario Williams and Earl Mitchell but not Branden Albert, as was expected. They will now try to trade the veteran left tackle, a source confirmed to ESPN.

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Continuity Rankings: Fins among most changed

The Dolphins appear to be more settled going forward with Adam Gase at head coach. But until this point, Ryan Tannehill was one of the few constants.

Team Stats

Passing Yards218.826th
Rushing Yards114.09th
Points For22.717th
Points Against23.818th