Updating a previous item, Dolphins SLB Philip Wheeler (thumb) expects to play this week against the Bills.
Dolphins SLB Philip Wheeler (thumb) will not play against the Bills in Week 2.
Dolphins SLB Philip Wheeler (thumb) has been ruled out for Week 1.
One Dolphins source told the Miami Herald that WLB Philip Wheeler became "complacent" after ex-GM Jeff Ireland signed him to a five-year, $26 million contract.
Per the San Francisco Chronicle, the Raiders would be "very interested" in WLB Philip Wheeler if he were released by the Dolphins.
The Miami Herald hints there's a chance the Dolphins could release WLB Philip Wheeler.
Dolphins agreed to terms on a five-year, $26 million deal with OLB Philip Wheeler, formerly of the Raiders.
The San Francisco Chronicle says there is a "good chance" free agent OLB Philip Wheeler doesn't re-sign with the Raiders.
According to NFL.com, the Raiders "definitely" want free agent LB Philip Wheeler back.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports the Rams have "at least some interest" in free agent LBs Philip Wheeler and Dannell Ellerbe.
At least one NFL personnel evaluator believes SLB Philip Wheeler could be a steal in free agency.
The Raiders are negotiating with free agent SLB Philip Wheeler, but he "(isn't) sure" if he'll be back.
SLB Philip Wheeler and DE Andre Carter are among the free agents coach Dennis Allen would like back in 2013.
Raiders SLB Philip Wheeler credits Peyton Manning with turning him into a great player after squaring off against each other in Colts practices.