Although Williams didn't record any sacks against the Dolphins in 2015, he's tormented Miami throughout his career.

The Dolphins, who just last year made headlines with the addition of free agent defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, may be looking to add one of the biggest defensive line gems in this year's free agent crop.

The Dolphins are also cognizant of the fact that they could lose Olivier Vernon. Williams, having been released, is free to sign with a new team at any time. He's a four-time Pro Bowler.

Williams, 31, is the most accomplished pass rusher on the free-agent market. Vernon was tagged with the transition tag earlier in the week. The Giants had just 23 sacks past year, have Jason Pierre-Paul and Robert Ayers heading toward free agency, and have only Kerry Wynn and Owa Odighizuwa under contract at defensive end.

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The church also holds a special significance for Rupert as it contains a plaque dedicated to his late father, Sir Keith Murdoch. Among the prestigious guest list was composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, playwright Sir Tom Stoppard and Sir Michael Caine.

Miami also has to make decisions on the future of defensive ends Cameron Wake and Derrick Shelby. The Dolphins have approached Wake about re-negotiating his contract, either with a pay cut or with additional years on the deal to move some of his base salary into a signing bonus, pro-rated across the life of the contract; Wake, however, has not agreed to any new contract.

The Miami Dolphins got a head start Saturday on free agency, at a position that the Giants are monitoring closely.

While the Dolphins have tried to renegotiate with Wake to lower his $9.8 million cap hit, so far they haven't been able to reach a new deal. He's 31, coming off the worst statistical year of his career.

Ian Rapoport was the first to report the visit between the player to the team.