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Healthy quarterback Ryan Tannehill takes command for Miami Dolphins - The Daily Dolphin From there, positive signs. His arm: Tannehill was on the money this spring, showing no signs of rust. That point can't be emphasized enough, because his most trusted target and outlet, Jarvis Landry, wasn't also jogging out of that same door.
The Splash Zone 7/17/18: Is It Cordrea Tankersley's Job To Lose? Who will play opposite of him is a whole different question, but it appears it may be Cordrea Tankersley's job to lose. The second year corner had his ups and downs in his rookie year as he had to play early thanks to losing Tony Lippett for the season.
Miami Dolphins bring cheer and hot meals to victims of arson fire - The Miami Dolphins organization, along with several players, handed out hot meals and provided a little levity to residents who lost everything in a fire last week at the Crystal Lake Apartments in Miami Gardens. Dolphins wide receiver Malcolm Lewis is from the Miami Gardens area.
Free Agency Additions: Miami Dolphins The most significant losses for the Dolphins came from the offensive side of the ball, where they lost starters Jarvis Landry, Jermon Bushrod, Mike Pouncey and Julius Thomas. Pair those with Ndamakong Suh and Lawrence Timmons on the defensive side, that's a lot of production to make up for.
Dolphins Players Join Miami Gardens Police In Handing Out Donations To Residents Displaced By Fire MIAMI GARDENS - Miami Gardens Police teamed up with the Miami Dolphins as they lent a helping hand to residents displaced by a fire. Dolphins players and alumni distributed meals for those looking to rebuild. "They've gone through a tough time and there's more they have to deal with," said Miami Dolphins Senior VP Jason Jenkins.
90-in-90 Miami Dolphins roster breakdown: Kenyan Drake Time for another edition of The Phinsider 90-in-90 look in the Miami Dolphins' roster. This annual series breaks down the players on Miami's 90-man preseason roster one-by-one. It looks at how they performed in 2017, why they could progress or regress in 2018, and the odds that the player makes the team when the regular season arrives.
Marino Monday: All 44 touchdown passes from Dan Marino's 1986 season Welcome to Marino Mondays! Over the next few months, I'm going to be searching the internet looking for some of the GOAT's best performances throughout his Hall of Fame career. And although the end result might not always be a Miami Dolphins' victory, I assure you Marino will look damn good throwing the football.
Miami Dolphins: 5 burning questions in 2018 They began 2017 with a 4-2 record and closed the season with three straight losses. A 10-6 showing and wild card berth one year earlier morphed into a 6-10 finish and a third-place spot in the AFC East. Now the Miami Dolphins enter this upcoming year with plenty of changes and hopefully a healthy performer behind center.
It's Cordrea Tankersley's job to lose - but what if Tony Lippett gets healthy for Miami Dolphins? He never had time to catch his breath when making the leap from a big-time college program to the NFL, which is a luxury you'd prefer with cornerbacks. Gase gave a lukewarm review of what he saw last season: "It's hard to say. I think he got better. I think there were times where he wishes he could go back and do some things different.
Dolphins WR Jakeem Grant out to prove he is not a one-trick pony As a rookie in 2016, the Dolphins used wide receiver Jakeem Grant strictly as a return specialist. But late last year, Grant's role began to expand offensively as he played the best football of his young career.
The Phinsider upgrading for you I have teased some big changes coming to The Phinsider, with yesterday supposed to be the announcement of what we have happening behind the scenes. Then, I went to the airport yesterday and the arrival I was awaiting ended up delayed and I was away from my computer the rest of the day.
Predicting the Dolphins TE's will be tough this year As I said this is not an easy one to predict and the Dolphins could opt to carry four tight-ends into the season. Especially if they decide to carry only five receivers initially. There is no question that Smythe and Gesicki make the roster but the third and fourth spots will come down to Derby and Gray.
Don't be so fast to typecast Miami Dolphins' Jakeem Grant as only a track guy in cleats Grant lowered his shoulder and ran through Parker. Only after having showed off power we didn't know he had, Grant then accelerated into high gear, cruising the final 40 yards for a 65-yard score. "Didn't think I was going to run him over, but I ended up doing it," Grant said.
The Splash Zone 7/16/18: Some Dolphins Working During Vacation - The Phinsider: Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours.
Ravens social media account takes shot at Dolphins But that did not stop the Ravens' social media account from taking a shot at the Dolphins. When unveiling their new corner scoreboard at M&T Bank Stadium on their Instagram story, the Ravens posted the stats from their 40-0 shutout victory over the Dolphins last season on national television.
Dolphins could move practice facility back to Miami According to the Miami Herald, the Dolphins are considering moving their training facility back to Miami-Dade County, just west of Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens. From 1970 to 1993, the Dolphins practiced at St, Thomas University in Miami before moving to Nova Southeastern Unversity.
Dolphins camp preview: Mike McCray This coming Wednesday, July 18th, the Miami Dolphins rookies, including all 12 undrafted free agent signings, will report to training camp. By rule, NFL rookies report to camp one week ahead of the veterans. The Dolphins have done well in recent years with undrafted free agents.
Laremy Tunsil needs to start showing that elite potential in 2018 Due to outside factors, Laremy Tunsil ended up being drafted by the Miami Dolphins in 2016, 13th overall. Since then the offensive lineman has only shown his talent in spurts, in 2018 it's time to put it all together consistently.
Miami Dolphins 2018 Training Camp Fan Primer DAVIE - The beginning of Miami Dolphins 2018 training camp is less than two weeks away. It's an exciting time for football fans as every team comes in with a clean slate and fresh start, regardless of what happened the previous year.
Predicting the Miami Dolphins 2018 running back unit Continuing to predict the 2018 Dolphins roster we stick with running back this time around where three names are locks to make the roster and could be the only running backs to make the final 53. Kenyan Drake - Drake is the starter without question. His starting role in the final months of the 2017 season solidified that.
Miami Dolphins: Rookie expectations for Minkah Fitzpatrick One of the first to slip was 2017 Thorpe and Bednarik award winner Minkah Fitzpatrick. Fitzpatrick played everywhere for Alabama during his time in Tuscaloosa. Just in 2017 alone, he lined up at five different defensive positions. Those being slot corner, linebacker, edge, safety, and outside corner.
Predicting the Miami Dolphins final 53 by units: Wide-receivers This could be the most talented group of receivers in over a decade or more for the Dolphins. So much so that good players will be on the bubble to make the team when a year or two ago they may have been locks. Leonte Carroo - Will this be his last chance in Miami?
Dolphins practice facility could soon neighbor Hard Rock Stadium According to Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald, "the Dolphins are considering moving their training facility to team-owned land just west of Hard Rock Stadium". Moving the team's practice facility would make sense on many levels. It would also cost a significant amount of money, an investment Stephen Ross isn't scared to make.
Report: Dolphins considering $75 million training complex at stadium Three months ago word leaked that the Dolphins were expected to have a new training facility within four years. Now comes news that they might practice where they play. Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports that the Dolphins could build a training facility on team-owned land just west of Hard Rock Stadium.
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