The Miami Dolphins brought back nose tackle Paul Soliai earlier on Wednesday afternoon, but they're still added pieces to their defense in free agency. According to a Tweet by former Arizona Cardinals safety Richard Marshall, the Miami Dolphins have signed him to a three-year deal.
Just agreed with the dolphins on a 3 yr deal they made me stay in Miami lol— Richard Marshall (@TheMarshall31) March 15, 2012
Marshall was originally a second round draft choice by the Carolina Panthers in the 2006 NFL Draft, starting at cornerback for quite a few seasons. In the 2011 season, Marshall signed a one-year deal with the Cardinals and transitioned to the safety position. Marshall is expected to play the same position for the Dolphins, which is an area of need.
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