Patriots coach Bill Belichick always has nice things to say about the Dolphins before he plays them. But this week, he has reason to – not only because of the Dolphins’ respectable effort against Seattle, but also became Miami beat New England, 20-10, in the 2015 regular season finale.
Patriots coach Bill Belichick always has nice things to say about the Dolphins before he plays them. But this week, he has reason to – not only because of the Dolphins’ respectable effort against Seattle, but also became Miami beat New England, 20-10, in the 2015 regular season finale. Ross D. Franklin AP
Patriots coach Bill Belichick always has nice things to say about the Dolphins before he plays them. But this week, he has reason to – not only because of the Dolphins’ respectable effort against Seattle, but also became Miami beat New England, 20-10, in the 2015 regular season finale. Ross D. Franklin AP
Sports Buzz

Sports Buzz

Barry Jackson brings you the latest news and nuggets from the South Florida sports world

Belichick explains why Dolphins are formidable; Dolphins roster moves and CBS TV plan for Dolphins-Patriots

September 14, 2016 01:42 PM

More Videos

Coach Adam Gase talks about the Miami Dolphins' 2017 season. 1:15

Coach Adam Gase talks about the Miami Dolphins' 2017 season.

Josh Richardson on Heat’s 97-79 win over the Milwaukee Bucks 1:35

Josh Richardson on Heat’s 97-79 win over the Milwaukee Bucks

Heat coach Erik Spoelstra on Dion Waiters’ having ankle surgery 2:22

Heat coach Erik Spoelstra on Dion Waiters’ having ankle surgery

Mark Richt discusses the Miami Hurricanes' Orange Bowl loss 1:44

Mark Richt discusses the Miami Hurricanes' Orange Bowl loss

UM coach Richt breaks down signing class 0:44

UM coach Richt breaks down signing class

UM linebacker Shaquille Quarterman, offensive lineman Kc McDermott speak after senior day win against Virginia 1:10

UM linebacker Shaquille Quarterman, offensive lineman Kc McDermott speak after senior day win against Virginia

UM quarterback Malik Rosier discusses the Canes' Orange Bowl loss to Wisconsin 0:39

UM quarterback Malik Rosier discusses the Canes' Orange Bowl loss to Wisconsin

History Channel announces special program on the history of global soccer 1:28

History Channel announces special program on the history of global soccer

In Colombia, criminal gangs threaten small gold miners 1:49

In Colombia, criminal gangs threaten small gold miners

Colombian police battle illegal gold miners 1:54

Colombian police battle illegal gold miners

  • Waiters talks about re-signing with the Heat

    Miami Heats' Dion Waiters, 25, signed a four-year $52 million deal to remain in Miami and talked about it Saturday, July 8, 2017 at a celebrity softball game at Barry University.