— The Miami Dolphins and DeSean Murray have not agreed on a deal, the team announced.
The Dolphins have a $7 million cap figure, but a source told ESPN.com the team is not going to sign Murray or Tannehhill.
The two sides haven’t spoken since a meeting on Monday at a Miami restaurant, according to a source.
It’s believed the Dolphins and Murray were talking about signing the No. 4 overall pick in this year’s draft.
The sides were expected to have a deal by Monday afternoon.
The Dolphins will need to decide by the deadline whether they’ll use a second round pick to select Murray.
The trade deadline for the first time in franchise history is on March 8.
Murray is coming off a season in which he had one of the best rookie seasons in the NFL.
He had 2,908 yards and nine touchdowns on 64 receptions for 886 yards and eight touchdowns.
Tannehall has 11 touchdowns on 25 receptions for 582 yards and seven touchdowns.
The deal comes after Murray had a disappointing season with the Bills, who traded him to the Dolphins for a sixth-round pick and two second-round picks.
He is the second Dolphins player to leave this offseason.
The Bills traded Tannehal to the New England Patriots for a second- and fourth-round draft picks and a sixth overall pick.
The Jets traded Tanel and a second, third- and fifth-round round draft picks to the Buffalo Bills for cornerback Jalen Ramsey and a third-round and a seventh-round overall pick, according of the team’s official website.
The Vikings released wide receiver Greg Jennings after a season with Minnesota.
Jennings has five touchdowns on five catches for 79 yards and a touchdown this season.
The Packers released quarterback Brett Favre after the Packers’ season ended.
He’s coming off two solid seasons with the Minnesota Vikings.