Keith Davis: The Dallas strong safety was scheduled to visit the Dolphins on Monday, and don't be surprised if he ends up signing a deal. Davis was special teams captain of the Cowboys last year and Bill Parcells has been a fan of his work in that area. Davis is said to be looking for more playing time on defense, something he easily could get on a Miami defense that is a little short at the safety position.
William Joseph: The former first-round pick of the New York Giants visited the Dolphins on Friday. Joseph obviously is a talented player, but the truth is he has been a very disappointing player so far in his NFL career.
Rex Hadnot: Hadnot continues to visit different teams -- the count is getting close to a half-dozen -- but he's still not getting the contract he wants, and the truth is he probably won't get it. Hadnot is said to be looking for $5 million a year, and this is a case of a guy overestimating his value. Hadnot is a solid starter, but he's not an elite player. The Dolphins have shown no inclination to try to re-sign him, and the same goes for the other starting guard from last year, fellow unrestricted free agent Chris Liwienski. Unlike Hadnot, Liwienski is a guy the Dolphins might consider bringing back at a later time because he's versatile, a veteran and he won't be looking for a big contract.
Tab Perry: A week has passed since the Dolphins reportedly made a contract offer to the Bengals wide receiver/kickoff returner, but nothing has materialized. He's another guy who would help the special teams. Baltimore also was said to be interested in his services.