Dolphins reach deal with safety Louis Delmas; several more key moves possible
MIAMI -- The cash-flush Dolphins are so primed to again make a splash in free agency, they got started a day early. Safety Louis Delmas on Monday signed a one-year contract with a maximum value of $3.5 million. Delmas is expected to start alongside Reshad Jones in the Dolphins secondary Delmas, recently cut by the Lions, grew up in South Florida. He visited the Dolphins late last month and entered into contract negotiations over the weekend. When asked to describe his hard-hitting style of play (which has led to injury in the past), Delmas responded: "Turn on the TV and watch the car race and see a guy who breaks through that brick wall." Added Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey: ...