Dolphins the front-runner for Albert Wilson

Dolphins re-sign DB Walt Aikens according to reports

Dolphins re-sign DB Walt Aikens according to reports

The speedy 25-year old receiver will be asked to fill the void left by Jarvis Landry, who was traded to the Cleveland Browns on Friday in exchange for a fourth-round draft pick in 2018 and a seventh-round pick in 2019.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Dolphins have emerged as the "front-runner" for free agent WR Albert Wilson.

Veteran Danny Amendola, who has been with New England for the past five seasons, is planning to sign with the Dolphins.

The Miami Dolphins plan to re-sign defensive back Walt Aikens, one of their top special teams players, on a two-year contract, according to a league source. He'd been a steady complementary option for the team, also posting career-high numbers across the board last season with 42 receptions for 554 yards and three touchdowns. During four seasons with the club, he hauled in 124 catches for 1,544 yards and seven scores.

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It's not free agency if the Dolphins aren't churning their roster in weird ways, and this year featured another case of Miami getting rid of a player it drafted and developed and replacing him with a player they signed in free agency.

Wilson is from Port St. Lucie, Florida.

Timmons' departure clears $5.5 million in cap space for Miami. Landry, by comparison, had 112 catches previous year alone, even though he averaged only 8.8 yards per catch.

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