The Miami Dolphins will play their third exhibition game of the NFL preseason on Thursday night in the first NFL game held in Orlando’s Camping World Stadium since 1997. Miami will play the Atlanta Falcons in a nationally televised game on NBC.
Miami Dolphins fans are generally not an optimistic bunch and don’t seem to be right now, and it is understandable. Years of losing and current modest expectations will do that. But what if? What if all of the things that could right (or enough of them) actually did? Imagine that.
Disrespect is a strong motivator. For wide receiver Jarvis Landry, it’s fuel. Landry’s red-zone shortcomings in 2015 might have cost him spots on the NFL’s top 100 list — a slight he won’t soon forget.
The Dolphins are trying to piece together a roster and lineups as the regular-season opener draws closer, but setbacks in multiple areas are slowing the process for coach Adam Gase and his coaching staff.
The Miami Dolphins will visit the Dallas Cowboys in Arlington, Texas, for their second NFL exhibition football game of the preseason. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill is expected to start as is Dallas’ Tony Romo.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry keeps the number "97" pinned to his locker to remind him that NFL.com ranked him the 98th best player in the league. He wants to be number "1" and it reminds him he has "97" to go. Defensive end Chris McCain comments on the new Madden football game.
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