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Dolphins Hall of Famer Bob Griese expects quarterback Ryan Tannehill to take on more of a leadership role with the team in Year 2.
Da Kid met The Mayor on Friday.
Ryan Tannehill and the Dolphins offense made a great impression on coach Joe Philbin with a strong two-minute drill to finish minicamp.
Defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle expects a booming return on the Miami Dolphins big offseason investment.
Ravens castoff Vonta Leach could be the Dolphins starting fullback if he decides to sign with Miami.
The Dolphins, who ranked near the bottom of the league in scoring average last season, have brought in new weapons to help Ryan Tannehill.
Randy Starks was back Tuesday but as more of an observer than anything else.
After sitting out voluntary activities to protest his franchise tag, Randy Starks will show up to camp to avoid fines.
Although he might not get the national attention he deserves, Cameron Wake is coming off an All-Pro season and, at 31, is still at the top of his game.
Lost luggage. Middle seats. Stale peanuts. Air travel is like the weather theres always something to complain about.
Second-year running back Lamar Miller is working to expand his skills so he can secure the Dolphins’ starting job for the upcoming season.
The Dolphins and Jamar Taylor on Wednesday finalized a four-year, $3.6 million contract that will pay roughly $2 million in guaranteed money, The Miami Herald has learned.
The Dolphins swapped offensive lineman on their roster Thursday, signing rookie guard Brian Thomas and cutting tackle Patrick Ward.
Koa Misi, Miami’s longest-tenured linebacker along with reserve Austin Spitler, said he believes the new-look defense is poised for big things.
Receiver Mike Wallace feels at home and reinvigorated in Miami, where he is hoping to be a spark in an up-tempo offense.
A failed attempt to upgrade Sun Life Stadium hurt Miami’s bid as NFL owners awarded Super Bowl 50 to San Francisco and Super Bowl 51 to Houston.
In the Dolphins’ first organized team activities of the year open to the media, new cornerback Brent Grimes showed his impressive athleticism.
Reshad Jones was back at work Tuesday. Randy Starks was still nowhere to be seen.
One of two things is going to happen Tuesday when the NFL awards Super Bowls 50 and 51:
Safety Reshad Jones, unhappy with his rookie contract, missed Mondays conditioning session and may miss OTAs.
With a tax-subsidized renovation of the Dolphins stadium ruled out, South Florida pins its hopes for landing Super Bowl 50 on promising the biggest party the region has ever seen.
The University of Floridas Mike Gillislee became the latest Miami Dolphins draft pick to sign with the team, agreeing to a four-year rookie deal expected to pay an estimated $2.3 million.
Chad Johnson, the former Miami Dolphins wide receiver who went on the lam after failing to check in with his probation officer, spent Monday in the Broward County jail before posting bail and being released.
Dolphins players floated out from Miami Beach to try and land the biggest catch – and a nice jackpot for the local community.
Despite a flurry of offseason moves, the Dolphins still have ample cap space and will continue tweaking the roster.
Miami general manager Jeff Ireland and six other Dolphins scouts attended FIUs Pro Day in March.
Dan Carpenter, Miamis kicker for the past five years, will have to outperform rookie University of Florida product Caleb Sturgis in training camp if he intends to make it six years.
The Dolphins are totally new. They have new uniforms. They have a new logo. Theyve committed a whopping $204 million in new contracts this offseason with $91 million of that hefty sum guaranteed to 14 players.
The Dolphins signed former USC and Richmond quarterback Aaron Corp to compete with heavy front-runner Pat Devlin for the No. 3 job, the biggest splash in a series of roster moves Wednesday.
Chad Johnson, the former football player and ‘Dancing with the Stars’ contestant, has been ordered to jail for violating his probation.
Its only May, but some of the Dolphins leaders have been stating publicly that a certain level of success is expected this season.
The Dolphins spent Tuesday with a group of local school kids at a Dave & Buster’s, teaching them about living a healthy, fit life.
Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill will look you in the eye and tell you that last year wasnt good enough, that he simply must improve his completion percentage (23rd in the league) and third-down performance (30th).
Dolphins relocation rumors have ramped up since a stadium bill failed last week, but NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says he wants the team to stay in Miami.
The Dolphins, still smarting from a legislative defeat in an effort to upgrade Sun Life Stadium, are considering all their options in order to find a long-term solution.
The San Francisco Bay area is clearly the favorite to land the most significant of the NFLs signature games in a couple of weeks. Super Bowl 50, a game that will not only celebrate the two finest teams of the NFLs 2015 season, but also recall half a century in which professional football became the national game, is going to be hard to wrest from the folks out west.
South Florida’s long shot bid for the 50th Super Bowl would bring a lavish festival to downtown Miami, with football played on a Navy aircraft carrier docked at Bayfront Park, a zipline ride over Bayside Marina and nightclubs set up on barges in the bay.
History reminds that people in Baltimore, Cleveland, Houston, St. Louis and Los Angeles ignored the early signs of an NFL franchise getting ready to uproot long before their teams left town.
Ross joins his fellow billionares in pledging to give away his money to charitable causes. But he will continue exploring tax-funded help to upgrade Sun Life Stadium, a top aide says.
With Jonathan Martin shifting to left tackle to replace Jake Long, the Dolphins signed 329-pound Tyson Clabo to play right tackle.
The Dolphins sounded more like losers on this spring Sunday than they usually do on fall Sundays.
Dion Jordan, drafted third overall by the Dolphins in April when they traded up to get him, is poised to be the franchises next great pass-rusher after being molded in life through adversity.
Mike Gillislee, Jelani Jenkins and Caleb Sturgis grabbed the attention during the first day of the three-day Dolphins camp.
Dion Jordan didnt exactly jump out of the blocks to start his NFL career, and thats not an aspersion but simply the truth. The Dolphins first-round pick is still recovering from shoulder surgery, which everyone knew about, so when most of the other rookies got busy trying to impress coaches during Fridays rookie camp practice, Jordan simply watched.
After each draft, general manager Jeff Ireland runs through his team in his mind to see if he can project something close to a final 53-man roster.
The Dolphins are hoping their upcoming rookie camp will address concerns heading into the 2013 season.
After registering to work in a $350 million renovation of Sun Life Stadium, applicants were handed pledge cards where they could sign their names to supporting using hotel taxes to help pay for it.
The Dolphins hope to strike a deal with an offensive tackle very soon after working out right tackles Eric Winston, Tyson Clabo and Winston Justice on Wednesday and left tackle Bryant McKinnie earlier in the week.
It will be at least a trio of tackles working out for the Dolphins on Wednesday.
The stadium bill that passed the Senate this week dropped a provision that would let the Dolphins get state money for a renovation starting this summer. The change could cost the Dolphins $3 million a year from Florida.