Last Summer, Dolphins' rookie owner Stephen Ross, adamant on replenishing his team's roster with star power, opened up his wallet for Brandon Marshall and Karlos Dansby. The pair's inaugural season with the Fins was great, but in retrospect, the team may have neglected other areas of need in pursuit of Marshall and Dansby. One year later, the Dolphins are paying for ignoring an aging running backs corps, a rickety offensive line, and a porous special teams unit.
The Miami Dolphins have decided who will be their four permanent team captains this season. The choices are Yeremiah Bell, Karlos Dansby, Jake Long and, shocking to some, quarterback Chad Henne. Bell, Dansby and Long were captains l... Read Post
Miami Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano has been sitting on the hot seat since his team struggled through a monumentally disappointing 2010 season. Despite the acquisitions of blue chip players Brandon Marshall and Karlos Dansby, the... Read Post
At this time last year, the Dolphins were being hailed as a sleeper for the AFC East title. They had just recently signed Karlos Dansby, traded for Brandon Marshall and bolstered their defensive depth through the draft. Meanwhile, M... Read Post