New Dolphins QB Ryan Fitzpatrick led the NFL in three positive categories last season alone, even while starting just seven games: most 400 yard passing games, yards per attempt and yards per completion.
The Miami Dolphins have parted with major players Ryan Tannehill, Cameron Wake and Frank Gore all in the past few days. It is time to reflect on the legacy of each, and the appraisal of Tannehill in particular may surprise you.
A look at how many losses it typically takes to earn the top pick in the NFL Draft, and the risk the Miami Dolphins are taking by signing quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. How an extra win here or there could complicate things.
The Miami Dolphins are trying to trade defensive end Robert Quinn, and they are willing to pay part of the player’s salary with his new team to make that trade possible and sweeten the compensation for them.
The signing of Ryan Fitzpatrick to by the Miami Dolphins quarterback is the most clear signal yet that the Miami Dolphins plan to tank in 2019 and it is all about 2020 a high pick in the NFL Draft for the franchise.
Two days after trading quarterback Ryan Tannehill to the Tennessee Titans, the Miami Dolphins signed journeyman QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, who played with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2018, to a two-year $11 million deal.
The Miami Dolphins moved past quarterback Ryan Tannehill, trdaing him Friday to Tennessee, and now are looking for a temporary starter. They struck out this week on Tyrod Taylor and Teddy Bridgewater, but there is somebody still left who’s good and rested. His name is Colin Kaepernick.
The Miami Dolphins must pay a $1.1 million bonus to Robert Quinn if he is still on their roster Friday. Quinn is owed $11.8 million in 2019, which would make him one of the 15 highest-paid defensive ends in football.