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The Dolphins’ fifth-round pick was sent to New Orleans last September in a trade for linebacker Stephone Anthony.
According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the Dolphins will receive two draft picks, one in 2018 and one in 2019, from the Browns.
Follow his journey.
https://t.co/6tJvUt8Vl0 — NFL (@NFL) March 9, 2018 Hitting the road: Wide receiver Kenny Stills took his community work on the road early in the offseason, visiting 10 different cities in the South to continue his fight for equality and social justice.
Closing a chapter: Offensive lineman Kraig Urbik, who played for the Dolphins in 2016 before being released with an injury settlement last September, used Twitter this week to announce his retirement.
The low tender will be $1.907 million, according to overthecap.com, and give teams the original draft round of the player as compensation (no compensation for undrafted players); the middle tender of $2.914 million would bring a second-round pick as compensation; and the high tender of $4.149 million would bring a first-round pick as compensation.
Teams have until Wednesday to decide what tender, if any, to place on their restricted free agents.
The Dolphins have two players scheduled to be restricted free agents: quarterback David Fales and linebacker Neville Hewitt.
Fales came into the NFL as a sixth-round pick, meaning the Dolphins would get a sixth-round pick as compensation if they tender him at the lowest amount and decline to match an offer sheet.
Because Hewitt entered the NFL as a rookie free agent, there would be no compensation with the lowest tender if the Dolphins declined to match.

The NFL released the official order of the 2018 draft earlier this week, and the Dolphins found themselves with three of first 73 selections.

As of Friday, the Dolphins have one pick in the first (11th overall), second (42nd), third (73rd) and sixth rounds (183rd), two picks in the fourth (111th, 131st) and seventh rounds (223rd, 229th), and no selections in the fifth round.

The extra fourth-round pick came from the Philadelphia Eagles in the 2017 trade involving running back Jay Ajayi; the extra seventh-round selection came in a 2017 draft-day trade with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Dolphins’ fifth-round pick was sent to New Orleans last September in a trade for linebacker Stephone Anthony.

Trade report: According to league sources, the Dolphins have agreed to trade wide receiver Jarvis Landry to the Cleveland Browns. The deal cannot become official until Wednesday when the 2018 league year begins. According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the Dolphins will receive two draft picks, one in 2018 and one in 2019, from the Browns.

.@MiamiDolphins WR @KSTiLLS went on a road trip through the south to see the work being done in the fight for equality and social justice.

Follow his journey. https://t.co/6tJvUt8Vl0

— NFL (@NFL) March 9, 2018

Hitting the road: Wide receiver Kenny Stills took his community work on the road early in the offseason, visiting 10 different cities in the South to continue his fight for equality and social justice. Traveling in a RV with a friend, Stills visited Tallahassee; Atlanta; Charlotte (after a quick flight to Los Angeles to speak at an Athletes4Impact event); Lexington, Kentucky; Memphis; New Orleans; Jackson, Mississippi; and three cities in Alabama, Birmingham, Selma and Montgomery. “One of my biggest takeaways is how valuable our time is to others,” Stills tweeted about the experience….

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