Coach Joe Philbin spent four seasons as Finley's offensive coordinator in Green Bay, so there's an obvious connection.
Piggybacking on the Miami Herald report, however, Dave Hyde of the South Florida Sun Sentinel cautions that the Dolphins' level of interest at this time is strictly of the "we-want-more-information" variety.
If Finley does gain medical clearance, Miami will consider a "low-dollars, low-risk" contract, per Hyde.
Seattle was leading the Finley charge early in free agency. If the signals emanating from South Beach are to be trusted, the Seahawks still will be more proactive than the Dolphins if Finley gets the green light.
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