The Dolphins have been brutalized by national NFL media estimations (and public perception) as the season nears, with one new ranking putting Miami last at No. 32 in projected success over the next three seasons.
Miami Dolphins Hall of Fame defensive lineman Jason Taylor speaks about his time with the team and working as an assistant coach at Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas, where he is coaching a few Miami Hurricanes commits.
Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase was relatively quiet on Friday when asked for his thoughts on what transpired regarding the national anthem policy Thursday and what he plans to tell the team before training camp.
EA Sports has released the ratings of the NFL players for Madden 19, which will be released on Aug. 10, 2018. The Miami Dolphins have five players ranked among the top 12 at their position. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill's rating is a 78.
The Miami Dolphins on Tuesday announced that six former players — Dick Anderson, Mark Duper, John Offerdahl, Jason Taylor, Mark Clayton and Jon Giesler — will be inducted into the Joe Robbie Alumni Plaza Walk of Fame this year.
With Ryan Tannehill being given yet another year to prove himself, Miami also will be keeping an eye on these quarterbacks. And a Miami Herald study offers reasons why the Dolphins might have been correct in not drafting a QB.
The NFL upheld the suspension of New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman. He'll miss the first four games of the 2018 season, which includes a Week 4 game against the Miami Dolphins in Foxborough, Massachusetts, on Sept. 30, 2018
ESPN on Monday unveiled its list of five players from each NFL team that will be vital to their success in 2018. The five players for the Miami Dolphins: Ryan Tannehill, Kenyan Drake, Robert Quinn, Laremy Tunsil and Raekwon McMillan.