In My Opinion
D.J. Hayden should be your man, Jeff Ireland.
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D.J. Hayden should be your man, Jeff Ireland.
Some of you will love it. Some of you will hate it. Some will think it dull while others will say the change is too drastic and even radical.
Former BYU pass-rusher Ezekiel Ansah has the kind of raw physical ability that gives him big upside, but he lacks experience.
More than 20 Dolphins players served as angling coaches Tuesday afternoon for about two dozen youngsters from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami-Dade and Broward counties.
Another day came and went, yet Branden Albert remained a member of the Kansas City Chiefs on Tuesday.
I have been doing my annual NFL Mock Draft in The Miami Herald for a long time. How long? When I started this, the Dolphins had recently played in a Super Bowl. THAT long! As I recall, the printing press had not quite been invented yet, so those earliest first-round selections were etched onto stone tablets that were then heaved onto front lawns with a thud.
Notre Dame tight end Tyler Eifert has the kind of athleticism sought in today’s NFL, making him an option for Miami’s No. 12 pick.
The Dolphins’ Jared Odrick claims in a lawsuit that he was the victim of a crooked investment advisor the NFLPA had approved.
Stephen Ross was in good spirits Friday. He talked about those neon orange pants the Dolphins are going to unveil next week as part of their new uniforms (he was kidding, no orange pants). He joked about the identity of the teams first-round draft pick.
The Dolphins are taking notice of Texas safety Kenny Vaccaro, who was one of Miami’s final predraft guests.
Over three months, the football team and the county mayor negotiated a subsidized renovation to Sun Life Stadium. Heres a look at how it happened.
A national audience will see the Dolphins twice on ‘Monday Night Football’ and in a Thursday night game after being overlooked last season.
Utah defensive lineman Star Lotulelei, whose draft stock was affected by a troubling heart test, could fall to Miami at No. 12 overall.
Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid confirmed reports earlier Thursday from ESPN and The Miami Herald that the Dolphins have received permission to speak with the agent for left tackle Branden Albert, the subject of trade conversations between the teams.
The Dolphins have had serious talks with the Kansas City Chiefs about a potential trade for left tackle Branden Albert, according to a source. The Chiefs want a second-round pick in return, and Miami has two second-round picks in next weeks NFL Draft.
A bill to help the Miami Dolphins renovate their stadium with a state tax break is stalled — for now — in the House. The Senate version will soon go to the floor for a vote.
Speedy 300-pound tackle Lane Johnson could be appealing enough to the Dolphins that they try to trade up to draft him.
The NFL Draft is at some level about falling in love.
With the NFL Draft just nine days off, the Dolphins brought in Texas safety Kenny Vaccaro for a visit Tuesday, the last day college prospects were allowed to travel to teams facilities.
After a three-month break, it was back to work Monday for most every Dolphins player.
A look at what the Miami Dolphins need heading into the 2013 NFL Draft, and possible prospects who could fill those needs.
The Dolphins havent gotten around to looking at draft-day trade scenarios yet. They dont even expect to speak with other teams about them until later this week.
Who’s paying what? How much? And for how long? Here are the answers.
General manager Jeff Ireland said offensive line will be a priority in the draft, and trading up or down from the No. 12 overall pick is possible.
Jeff Ireland, tan and trim, faced the media for his annual predraft news conference Thursday, and that defensive guy who was afraid to answer questions directly or really say much of anything that we saw years ago was missing.
County commissioners gave preliminary approval to helping subsidize an upgrade of Sun Life Stadium, and scheduled a referendum for May 14.
The football team began its political effort in earnest a day after Miami-Dade commissioners approved the special election for renovating Sun Life Stadium. But it could be called off, depending on the state Legislature.
The Miami Dolphins brought in Manti Te’o for a pre-draft visit Wednesday – a fascinating, but likely minor development.
The Miami Dolphins are looking to the Florida Legislature to seal the deal on taxpayer funding for a stadium renovation. In Tallahassee, the House and Senate are divided over how to structure the deal.
The Dolphins expect to post their first operating loss since Stephen Ross bought the team, just as the front office is signing one pricey free agent after another.
Private dollars would pay for about 55 percent of the proposed upgrade to Sun Life Stadium, with most of that coming from the NFL. Tax dollars would make up the rest of the pot.
John Denney, the longest tenured Miami Dolphin, sailed through training camp in 2012 without any competition. But he’ll have to fend off at least one teammate this time around.
Miami-Dade County commissioners are expected to endorse the deal and send it on to a countywide vote on May 14.
The Miami Dolphins draft horizontally.
The Dolphins will play Dallas in the Hall of Fame game, then meet Jacksonville, Houston, Tampa Bay and New Orleans this preseason.
The tentative plan is to approve a May referendum next week. First Mayor Carlos Gimenez has to give the green light.
The opinion from the Florida division of election clears the way for the county to schedule a May special election, if Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez reaches a deal with the Dolphins.
As another hurdle was cleared in Tallahassee, the Dolphins negotiations with Miami-Dade County over funding for stadium renovations appear to be edging closer to completion.
If he can recover from a torn Achilles, former Falcon Brent Grimes is expected to serve as a major upgrade in the Dolphins secondary.
Mike Wallace, who overcame a near-fatal childhood incident to become an NFL star, is ready for a new ‘chapter’ with the Dolphins.
The Dolphins added depth to the defensive line by signing ex-Charger Vaughn Martin to a two-year deal.
Six weeks before the planned referendum on the Miami Dolphins’ stadium renovation, the franchise’s superstar co-owners and elite alumni are keeping a low profile.
In back-to-back press conferences in Tallahassee and Miami, the Dolphins said it would be willing to repay much of the taxpayer financing, including nearly $50 million in state tax rebates.
Just another ho-hum, typical offseason Wednesday for the Dolphins.
Stephen Ross and Norman Braman are both likeable men whose good intentions and heartfelt desire to do whats good for South Florida are surpassed only by their gift for making gobs of money in their chosen businesses. Theres no reason these two shouldnt get along.
The helmet with the iconic M will be gone. The plump Dolphin with the cartoonish scowl is also out. The orange sunburst will be bigger and have more spikes. And the face mask on helmets will go all white for the first time in team history.
The Dolphins are not through trying to bolster their defensive front.
The football team has also told Miami-Dade County it would pay penalties if it fails to bring major events, including Super Bowls, to Sun Life Stadium
The Dolphins’ options at offensive tackle are dwindling but they remain in a holding pattern despite availability of Eric Winston, who would love to return to South Florida.
The Dolphins have added a dynamic and proven playmaking wide receiver in the offseason. Theyve made the defense more physical by adding a playmaking linebacker to patrol the middle of the unit. And, most inspiring, the Dolphins have a young quarterback coming off a solid first season as the starter and the club believes hell show great improvement as he becomes the face of the team for years to come.