Vikings, Bears interested in sack master

The Dolphins have used up most of their cap room and still have to sign restricted free agent Adewale Ogunleye.

Updated: March 17, 2004, 10:57 AM ET
By By Darrell Trimble | NFL Insider
The Miami Dolphins finally added another capable wide receiver to their offense when they traded for David Boston, giving them potentially one of most potent attacks in the AFC. But in the NFL's constant balancing act, his addition could lead to a subtraction.

The Dolphins have used up most of their cap room and still have to sign restricted free agent Adewale Ogunleye. They have the $1.84 million it takes to sign him to a first- and third-round tender, but Ogunleye is refusing to sign it until he can work out a long-term deal.

The organization didn't seem to be in a rush to sign the AFC's reigning sack leader, because they thought they had the upper hand. Originally, it was reported that the former Indiana University star didn't have much leverage in his wish for a contract extension.


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