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Dan Marino finally retires from the Miami Dolphins. Huh?

In March of 2000, Dan Marino announced his retirement from the NFL. On Wednesday, Marino signed a one-day contract with the Dolphins, so that he could retire as a member of the only team for which he played. Wait, what? It turns out that Marino never filed his official retirement papers with the league. That […]

Dolphins sign Dan Marino to 1-day contract

More than 17 years removed from his final NFL pass and 12 years after his enshrinement in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Dan Marino "re-signed" with the Miami Dolphins on Wednesday        

AP source: Tight end Thomas passes physical with Dolphins

A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press that tight end Julius Thomas has passed his physical with the Miami Dolphins        

Police Release Footage of Incident Involving Officer, Steelers’ Joey Porter (Video)

After eliminating the Miami Dolphins from the playoffs last month, Former Pittsburgh Steelers LB and current assistant coach Joey Porter went out to celebrate and had altercation with a police officer that resulted in him being arrested. This is how the incident played out: “The incident began when a Pittsburgh police officer working an off-duty security detail […]

Steelers assistant Joey Porter will plead guilty following playoff bar dustup, faces NFL discipline

Pittsburgh Steelers assistant coach Joey Porter reportedly will plead guilty to a reduced charge following an incident with a bar bouncer and a police officer following the team’s wild-card victory over the Miami Dolphins last month....Show More Summary

Julius Thomas reportedly heading to Miami Dolphins in exchange for late-round draft pick

The Miami Dolphins have traded “a late-round” draft pick to the Jacksonville Jaguars in exchange for tight end Julius Thomas. Monday’s transaction fills an area of need for Adam Gase and Co. without breaking the bank or forfeiting any major assets. Show More Summary

Reports: Dolphins acquire TE Julius Thomas from Jaguars

Julius Thomas has reportedly been traded from Jacksonville to Miami. (AP) A couple of days ago, reports began to circulate that the Miami Dolphins would be releasing offensive tackle Branden Albert. But as happens in situations like this, another team stepped forward, interested in acquiring Albert rather than take its chances via the waiver wire. Show More Summary

Julius Thomas gets traded to Dolphins for draft pick

Left tackle Branden Albert is not included in the trade, as previously rumored. The Jacksonville Jaguars are trading tight end Julius Thomas to the Miami Dolphins for a late-round 2017 draft pick, according to the Miami Herald’s Armando Salguero. Show More Summary

NFL Free Agency 2017: Is there still a market for DE Mario Williams?

The Miami Dolphins reached the playoffs this past season for the first time since 2008. That despite the play of an underachieving defense that seemingly has plenty of talent on that side of the football. One of the club’s more disappointing performers was veteran defensive end Mario Williams. Show More Summary

Dolphins sign Cameron Wake to 2-year contract extension

The Miami Dolphins have signed defensive end Cameron Wake to a two-year contract extension        

Cameron Wake gets 2-year extension from Dolphins after bounce-back season

Cameron Wake’s 2015 season ended due to an Achilles injury. One season later, he earned a 2-year extension. Miami Dolphins pass rusher Cameron Wake recovered from an Achilles injury suffered in 2015 to rack up 11.5 sacks and a trip to the Pro Bowl a year later. Show More Summary

Jaguars reportedly interested in trading for Branden Albert

The Dolphins reportedly got a call about trading their veteran left tackle. Was it the Jaguars on the line? The Miami Dolphins would like to try and trade veteran left tackle Branden Albert rather than release him outright. The Jacksonville Jaguars are said to be among the teams interested in his services, according to the Miami Herald. Show More Summary

Dolphins clear out some high-priced vets, cut Mario Williams and could dump Branden Albert

Free agency doesn’t start for a few weeks, but the Miami Dolphins wanted to clean a little house on Thursday. The Dolphins cut defensive end Mario Williams and were trying to trade left tackle Branden Albert, each big-name free-agency disappointments in their own way, according to the Miami Herald’s Armando Salguero. Show More Summary

Miami Dolphins clear $19.7 million in cap space following eventful Thursday afternoon

The Miami Dolphins had a busy Thursday afternoon and at the end of the day they freed up $19.7 million in salary cap space. Left tackle Branden Albert, defensive end Mario Williams, and defensive tackle Earl Mitchell have been released by Adam Gase and Co. Show More Summary

Mario Williams released after 1 disappointing season with Dolphins

Cutting Williams will save Miami more than $6 million in 2017. The Miami Dolphins will cut defensive end Mario Williams as part of a salary cap clearing Thursday that also included the release of Branden Albert and others, according to the Miami Herald. Show More Summary

Dolphins clear out some high-priced vets, cut Branden Albert and Mario Williams

Free agency doesn’t start for a few weeks, but the Miami Dolphins wanted to clean a little house on Thursday. The Dolphins cut left tackle Branden Albert and defensive end Mario Williams, each big-name free-agency disappointments in their own way, according to the Miami Herald’s Armando Salguero. Show More Summary

Dolphins release Branden Albert

Laremy Tunsil is the left tackle of the future in Miami. The Miami Dolphins will release veteran left tackle Branden Albert, according to NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo. Laremy Tunsil will take over at left tackle. Albert had two years remaining on a five-year, $47 million contract. Show More Summary

Albert released by Dolphins; Tunsil to move to tackle

Left tackle Branden Albert has been released by the Miami Dolphins, clearing the way for 2016 first-round draft pick Laremy Tunsil to move over from guard        

Former Raider, Dolphin Quentin Moses Killed in House Fire

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A house fire in Georgia killed three people on Sunday morning, including former Miami Dolphins linebacker Quentin Moses, the Atlanta (...)

Former Dolphins LB Quentin Moses dead following house fire

Sad news out of Monroe, Georgia today. Quentin Moses, a former defensive end/outside linebacker with the Miami Dolphins, was pronounced dead Sunday morning following a house fire in Monroe, Georgia. Andria Godard, 31, and her 10-year-old...Show More Summary

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