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Dolphins cheerleader Jennifer Chang defies odds to walk, dance

By Jim Varsallone Miami Herald May 20, 2016 Told by doctors as a youth that she would never walk again, a determined and inspirational Jennifer Chang not only walks but dances and cheers, making the world-renowned Miami Dolphins cheerleading team. It’s been some journey for the talented young lady. She and her family (mom, dad, [...]

Ifo Ekpre-Olomu Injury: Updates on Dolphins CB's Knee and Return

Miami Dolphins cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu suffered a dislocated knee and a torn ACL while at the University of Oregon in December 2014, which he said prompted his fall to the seventh round of the 2015 NFL draft, where he was taken by...Show More Summary

Jason Jones reportedly signs 1-year deal with Dolphins

Jones has recorded 9.5 sacks over the last two years. Veteran defensive end Jason Jones signed with the Miami Dolphins on Monday, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network. It's a one-year deal worth "more than $1.5 million," according to Rapoport. Show More Summary

Knowshon Moreno: Latest News, Rumors, Speculation Surrounding Free-Agent RB

Former Denver Broncos and Miami Dolphins running back Knowshon Moreno is reportedly “80 percent done” when it comes to returning to the NFL, per Mike Klis of KUSA 9 News in Denver. Continue for updates. Moreno 'Staying in Great Shape...Show More Summary

Jason Jones to Dolphins: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

Free-agent defensive end Jason Jones didn't land anywhere in the initial wave of open-market signings, but he finally figured out his NFL future on Friday with the Miami Dolphins. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported Jones was headed to Miami to finalize a deal with the Dolphins. Show More Summary

Ole Miss confirms existence of Laremy Tunsil texts about receiving money

Text messages exchanged by Miami Dolphins rookie Laremy Tunsil and Ole Miss officials have been confirmed by the school, which, according to ESPN, is still trying to determine whether they were altered before being published. The texts were part of two social-media incidents that caused Tunsil to tumble to the 13th overall pick in the […]

Peyton Manning visited Miami to tutor Ryan Tannehill

Your browser does not support iframes. Peyton Manning is fast becoming the NFL's Boba Fett, rarely seen but immensely popular nonetheless. And now comes a report that the ex-QB-for-hire visited the Miami Dolphins... not to audition for...Show More Summary

Peyton Manning visited Miami to tutor Ryan Tannehill

Peyton Manning is fast becoming the NFL's Boba Fett, rarely seen but immensely popular nonetheless. And now comes a report that the ex-QB-for-hire visited the Miami Dolphins... not to audition for a job, but to tutor the guy who's already...Show More Summary

The Miami Dolphins Cheerleader Squad Expands Internationally

The Miami Dolphins Cheerleading squad for the 2016 season is closer to being finalized after 40 women were selected to advance at the annual “Finals” audition show. Hopefully you saw David Tyau’s splendid photo portfolio on Friday. The ladies will now move on as Training Camp Candidates. The process is described as a seven-week [...]

Despite coming off injury, Dolphins sign Wake to 2-year extension

Miami Dolphins' sack master Cameron Wake turned 34 earlier this year, and tore an Achilles last Oct. 30 against the New England Patriots. Neither of those facts, however, were enough to deter the Dolphins from signing Wake to a two-year extension on Saturday. Show More Summary

Cameron Wake, Dolphins Agree to New Contract: Latest Details, Comments, Reaction

The Miami Dolphins made sure premium pass-rusher Cameron Wake wouldn't entertain thoughts of walking in free agency when he was eligible to do so next offseason. Wake put pen to paper on a new contract on Saturday that spans two years and is worth $15 million, including $10 million guaranteed at signing, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. Show More Summary

Tunsil Signs Rookie Contract With Dolphins Before Minicamp

Laremy Tunsil and the Miami Dolphins were quick to agree on his value in the wake of his NFL draft freefall.

Laremy Tunsil, Dolphins Agree to Contract: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

The Miami Dolphins officially signed offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil, their first-round selection in the 2016 NFL draft, to a four-year contract, the Dolphins announced on Friday. Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald first reported the news. Show More Summary

May Day Parade – The 2016 Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders Final Auditions

On May 1st, the Miami Dolphins held their final auditions for their 2016 cheerleader squad at the Rose and Alfred Miniaci Performing Arts Center on the campus of Nova Southeastern University. Over 800 dancers started the process, which included international auditions in Bogota, Colombia; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Mexico City, Mexico; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and [...]

Don Shula Hospitalized: Updates on Former Coach's Status and Recovery

Hall of Fame Miami Dolphins head coach Don Shula was hospitalized Tuesday because of sleep apnea and fluid retention. Continue for updates. Shula Has Been To Hospital Multiple Times in Recent Weeks Tuesday, May 3 Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reported the news on Shula, which came via the coach's wife, Mary Anne Shula. Show More Summary

Rookie Reform: Dolphins, Jags Make Changes to Newcomer Camps

The Jacksonville Jaguars and Miami Dolphins won't need helmets for rookie minicamps.

Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders Select Forty Women To Advance To Training Camp

Davie, Fla. – The Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders today at the Miniaci Theater at Nova Southeastern University selected 40 women to advance as Training Camp Candidates. These ladies will participate in a seven-week boot camp that consists of workouts, etiquette training, team building, uniform fittings, look development and performance training. Show More Summary

Is a minicamp without practice still a minicamp? The Dolphins will find out.

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Hey look, someone in the hidebound NFL is trying something new. The Miami Dolphins’ eight draft picks and 10 undrafted free agents can pack lightly for the rookie minicamp that begins Thursday, because they won’t be hitting the field at all. Instead, first-year Coach Adam Gase will send them to the classroom for an introduction […]

Laremy Tunsil Reportedly Won't Enter NFL Substance Abuse Program

Miami Dolphins first-round draft pick and offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil reportedly won't be required to enter Stage 1 of the NFL's substance abuse program after video surfaced of the Ole Miss star smoking a bong through a gas mask just...Show More Summary

Laremy Tunsil attorney: We don't think stepdad was behind hacking

Though he didn't sound 100 percent convinced, the lawyer for new Miami Dolphins tackle Laremy Tunsil says he does not believe Tunsil's estranged stepfather was behind the draft-night hacking of his client's social media accounts. "Initially,...Show More Summary

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