Nov 20, 2011; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush (22) gets a hug from offensive tackle Jake Long (77) after Bush

Miami Dolphins 2013 Free Agents


NFL Free Agency will begin in the coming weeks and all of the madness will begin on the afternoon of March 12. As the free agency period approaches, FanSided.com will be providing a list of all 32 teams upcoming free agents.

Up next is the Miami Dolphins.

Miami has some key contributors — OT Jake Long, CB Sean Smith, RB Reggie Bush and WR Brian Hartline — set to become free agents and it will be critical for the team to lock up as many of the players as they can.

Smith is considered the favorite to receive the franchise tag with Long and Bush being able to test the open market.

Here are the Dolphins 2013 free agents:

  • Jake Long — Offensive Tackle — UFA
  • Sean Smith — Cornerback — UFA
  • Reggie Bush — Running Back — UFA
  • Matt Moore — Quarterback — UFA
  • Brian Hartline — Wide Receiver — UFA
  • Randy Starks — Defensive Tackle — UFA
  • Anthony Fasano — Tight End — UFA
  • Chris Clemons — Safety — UFA
  • Tony McDaniel — Defensive Tackle — UFA
  • Nate Garner — Guard — UFA
  • Nate Kaeding — Kicker — UFA
  • Bryan McCann — Cornerback — RFA
  • Jonathan Amaya — Safety — RFA
  • Austin Spitler — Linebacker — RFA
  • Jeron Mastrud — Tight End — RFA
  • Marlon Moore — Wide Receiver — RFA

Which players do the Dolphins need to focus on re-signing and which players will attract the most attention on the free agent market? Let us know your thoughts by sounding off in the comments section.

Be sure to stay tuned to FanSided.com as we build up to free agency and fill you in on your favorite team’s questions and needs.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1309233805 Seth Bergman

    One great thing about the position Miami has put themselves in this year: Yes, there are a lot of contributing players becoming FA’s, but almost everyone, they would be fine without for one of two reasons
    1. We have a backup plan (example: Starks. Odrick could successfully replace him.)
    2. We are one of only a couple teams that doesn’t have to purge our roster, so we can sign quality players others have to drop (example: Hartline. We can afford to sign players like Jennings, Bowe, or Wallace. Others can’t afford them, so.)