New England Patriots and Miami Dolphins have had disagreements in the past and will likely continue to view the battle for the AFC East differently in 2017.
New England Patriots and Miami Dolphins have had disagreements in the past and will likely continue to view the battle for the AFC East differently in 2017. Bryan Cereijo
New England Patriots and Miami Dolphins have had disagreements in the past and will likely continue to view the battle for the AFC East differently in 2017. Bryan Cereijo
Dolphins In Depth

Dolphins In Depth

Armando Salguero brings you the latest about the Miami Dolphins

The Dolphins know 2017 is about matching up against the Patriots — but don’t expect anyone to admit it

July 26, 2017 04:31 PM

UPDATED July 26, 2017 07:19 PM

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