Dolphins signed DT Earl Mitchell to a four-year, $16 million contract.
The Union-Tribune San Diego confirms the Chargers are "very much in the mix" for free agent DT Earl Mitchell, but that the Dolphins are his most-likely suitor.
The Miami Herald reports the Dolphins are "definitely in the mix" for free agent DT Earl Mitchell.
The Union-Tribune San Diego reports the Chargers are expected to express interest in free agent NT Earl Mitchell.
The Miami Herald reports the Dolphins are expected to let free agent DTs Paul Soliai and Randy Starks walk, and are interested in free agent Earl Mitchell as a potential replacement.
The Chicago Tribune believes the Bears could show interest in free agent NT Earl Mitchell.
ESPN Texans reporter Tania Ganguli doesn't expect the team to re-sign free agent NT Earl Mitchell.
Texans NT Earl Mitchell will get his first career start in place of Shaun Cody (ribs) against the Bears on Sunday night.
Texans NT Earl Mitchell has bulked up to 308 pounds after playing last season at 287.
Texans coach Gary Kubiak indicated at the Combine that the team is satisfied with continuing to rotate Earl Mitchell and Shaun Cody at nose tackle.
Texans DL coach Bill Kollar confirmed that Earl Mitchell will be an up-field, one-gap nose tackle in the team's new defense.
New defensive coordinator Wade Phillips says he likes the idea of Earl Mitchell being the Texans' primary nose tackle.
Texans GM Rick Smith expressed confidence at the Combine that Earl Mitchell can be a full-time 3-4 nose tackle.
New defensive coordinator Wade Phillips believes Earl Mitchell and Shaun Cody can both play nose tackle in his version of the 3-4 scheme.