What Next?

The Dolphins formally introduced Joey Porter Wednesday as the newest member of the team, but what other free agents could follow him to Miami? One possibility that has arisen is Giants kicker Jay Feely, but his signing will not be easy. Who else might be on the horizon?

It's clearly the Dolphins offense that needs the most help right now, so that would indicate that offensive players would be the most immediate targets.

Wideout Donte' Stallworth, for example, is expected to visit the Dolphins sometime this week, but the Dolphins will have plenty of competition for his services.

Stallworth visited the New England Patriots on Tuesday and there even were reports he had agreed to a deal there, a report that proved unfounded.

The former University of Tennessee standout also was expected to visit the Tennessee Titans, and Stallworth's 2006 team, the Philadelphia Eagles, will fight to keep his services.

The Dolphins, who lost out on the chance to sign two San Diego offensive linemen -- Kris Dielman and Cory Withrow -- have had Denver guard/tackle Cooper Carlisle in for a visit, so he should be a target.

Getting back to Feely, the New York Giants have stepped up their efforts to re-sign the free agent kicker, and the feeling is he'd rather stay put than switch to another team.

Of course, the Dolphins still have Olindo Mare on the roster, but he's too expensive to keep if a reasonable alternative can be found.

If the pursuit of Feely falls through, other possibilities could include Mike Vanderjagt or John Hall, who was released by Washington on Wednesday.


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