News Rams LT Jake Long (triceps) is "almost" 100 percent.
The Miami Herald reports the Dolphins were offering LT Jake Long about $8 million per season before he accepted the Rams' four-year, $36 million offer.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Steelers "made a play" for LT Jake Long before he signed with the Rams.
Rams agreed to terms with LT Jake Long, formerly of the Dolphins, on a four-year, $34 million contract.
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora passes along "buzz among GMs" that free agent Jake Long is likely to re-sign with the Dolphins.
Rams GM Les Snead indicated Sunday evening that the club remains optimistic about its chances of landing free agent Jake Long.
Free agent LT Jake Long didn't meet with Dolphins brass on Saturday.
The Palm Beach Post reports that "momentum appears to be growing" for free agent left tackle Jake Long to re-sign with the Dolphins.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports free agent LT Jake Long "checked out fine" in his Rams physical, and there were "no red flags."
The Miami Herald reports the Dolphins are "very encouraged" by free agent LT Jake Long leaving St. Louis without a contract.
USA Today confirms the Dolphins are "mounting a charge" to re-sign free agent LT Jake Long.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports free agent LT Jake Long is ready to leave St. Louis without a deal Friday, and that "multiple teams" are showing interest.
The Rams and Dolphins are both still negotiating with free agent LT Jake Long, but Long has yet to leave St. Louis.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Dolphins are making a "strong push" to re-sign free agent LT Jake Long.