Dolphins not interested in Beasley

Mar 17, 2006 at 7:48 AM--


The Palm Beach Post reports that, according to a league source, free agent fullback Fred Beasley hasn't been on the Miami Dolphins' radar since his visit.

The Pro Bowl fullback fell out of favor with the 49ers coaching staff and will not likely be re-signed.





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