Randy Starks will not attend Miami Dolphins' voluntary workouts

In search of a new long-term contract, Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Randy Starks will not attend the Dolphins' voluntary offseason conditioning program, a source who has spoken with the player said Tuesday.

The voluntary workouts began Monday.

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Starks, however, will attend the team's mandatory minicamp in June. The Dolphins used their franchise tag on Starks in early March, and the defensive lineman signed the tender a couple of weeks later.

The Dolphins currently are set to pay Starks $8.45 million for the season.

Starks started all 16 games for the Dolphins last season, and he recorded 4.5 sacks, 27 tackles and an interception.

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