Turns out newcomer Tim Dobbins is not the only Dolphins player to get a contract extension in recent days. We can tell you of at least two more players who got new deals. Read the rest of the story to find out who.
According to NFLPA information, punter Brandon Fields
and John Denney
also got contract extensions from the Dolphins this offseason.
Both of their deals were set to expire after the 2010 season. Denney got a three-year extension, while Fields got one for two years through the 2012 season.
Denney's extension calls for base salaries of $700,000, $835,000 and $860,000 over the next three years, while Fields' deal calls for salaries of $726,000 in 2011 and $864,000 in 2012.