- According to Salguero, two of these teams are “are quite serious” about signing him to a long-term contract.
Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports that the Miami Dolphins are at risk of losing DT Paul Soliai to free agency.
- According to Beasley, Soliai “has already moved out of his South Florida home” and a league source has informed him that the Dolphins will be “hard-pressed” to re-sign him.
- Beasley adds that “unofficial interest” in Soliai has been high at the Combine.
As things stand right now, the Dolphins reportedly have yet to make Soliai an offer. The fact that fellow DT Randy Starks will also be a free agent further complicates the situation for Miami.
Soliai, 30, signed a two-year extension with the Dolphins worth $12 million and included $6 million guaranteed back in 2012. He is one of the best nose tackles on the open market and ranked as the No. 20 overall defensive tackle, according to Pro Football Focus.
We have Soliai listed as the No. 33 player in our Top 50 Free Agent list.