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Miami Dolphins place rookies De’Veon Smith, Eric Smith on PUP list

The Miami Dolphins announced that they would be placing rookies De’Veon Smith and Eric Smith on the active/physically unable to perform list on Friday. Although both injuries have not been disclosed, it was reported that the decision to send them to the PUP list was made following their physicals. Show More Summary

Dolphins fan Marco Rubio has a plan to get Tom Brady out of the AFC East

As a man born and raised in south Florida, Sen. Marco Rubio is a Miami Dolphins fan. So while his favored team is certainly on an upswing these days, Rubio has watched his Dolphins be on the losing side of the scoreboard 20 of the 29 times they’ve faced New England Patriots since Tom Brady became the Patriots’ starting quarterback. Show More Summary

Capitol Hill Buzz: Miami fan Rubio ponders a Brady-free NFL

WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, a lifelong fan of the Miami Dolphins, has grown weary of watching the New England Patriots rack up Super Bowl wins while his team watches from afar. Operating on the theory that misery loves company, he tried Thursday to sell a fellow Patriot antagonist on a plan he's cooked up to sideline New England's star quarterback, Tom Brady. [...]Show More Summary

PFT preseason power rankings No. 11: Miami Dolphins

Five weeks into the 2016 season, it looked like the change to Adam Gase at head coach wouldn’t do anything to change the franchise’s fortunes. They were 1-4 and a competent kicking performance from the Browns in Week Three would have had the Dolphins looking up at the rest of the league with an 0-5…

Tax Court Denies Billionaire's $33m Charitable Deduction; Did University Of Michigan 'Rent Its Brand To Brazen 10:1 Tax Avoidance Scheme'?

Forbes, Billionaire Miami Dolphins Owner Gets Shut Out At Tax Court: Billionaire Stephen Ross, owner of the Miami Dolphins, who thanks to a $200 million donation (largest in the history of the school) was described as Leader, Visionary, Philanthropist, Wolverine by the Universtiy of Michigan.... Mr. Ross got his...

Miami Dolphins training camp: Three questions facing the team

The NFL season is inching closer. Through July, Shutdown Corner will examine three big questions for each NFL team as it heads to training camp. Miami Dolphins Report date: Rookies July 20; veterans July 26 Location: Davie, Florida Can...Show More Summary

Miami Dolphins 2017 Most Improved Area: Tight End

Each offseason, each NFL team focuses on at least one area in need of an upgrade. So what aspect of the Miami Dolphins is looking better these days? Training camp begins later this month for all 32 NFL teams. So that means another preview series from End Zone Score. Show More Summary

Photo Of The Day–Lauren Cohen

Ex Miami Dolphin Cheerleader Lauren Cohen is presently on the Bravo TV hit reality show “Below Deck Mediterranean”. Check out her profile HERE. Lauren, Miami Dolphins Alum

Dolphins replace team legend Jim Kiick's lost Super Bowl ring

Jim Kiick in 2008. (Getty) Here’s a nice gesture that went (almost) unnoticed: the Miami Dolphins have replaced the Super Bowl ring that legendary franchise running back Jim Kiick lost long ago. Kiick was a running back on those early-’70s Dolphins juggernauts, including the perfect 1972 squad. Show More Summary

Former Dolphins step up to replace Jim Kiick’s lost Super Bowl ring

Former Miami Dolphins running back Jim Kiick has been without his championship ring from Super Bowl VIII for a long time. According to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, the Dolphins and some of his former teammates stepped up in an attempt to rectify the issue. The Dolphins presented Kiick with a new ring a…

Miami Dolphins: DeVante Parker entering make-or-break season in 2017

Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker has received plenty of hype this offseason from both his coaching staff and the players around him. As his teammate Jarvis Landry learned recently, Miami has some high standards for players looking to receive a contract extension. Show More Summary

Miami Dolphins 2017 Up-and-Comer: DT Jordan Phillips

Each NFL season, every team has a player that bears a little added attention. So which performer could turn the corner for the Miami Dolphins in ’17? Welcome to yet another 32-team series from End Zone Score. In recent months, we took the time to look at each club’s best offseason addition. Show More Summary

Why are Miami Dolphins holding out on Jarvis Landry’s contract extension?

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry has led the team in receptions and receiving yards the past two seasons while earning his spot in two Pro Bowls. In spite of his crucial role in Miami’s passing game since he entered the league...Show More Summary

Ranking the Fantasy Football assets for the Miami Dolphins

The Dolphins are coming off a surprisingly good year, but there are still questions about the team's offensive identity.

Is Miami Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill ready for Adam Gase’s no-huddle offense?

The Miami Dolphins offense made tremendous strides under first-year head coach Adam Gase in 2016. Gase, who built a sturdy reputation as a quarterback guru with the Denver Broncos and Chicago Bears, was brought in to complete a very important task: Turn Ryan Tannehill into the franchise signal-caller Miami took No. Show More Summary

Detroit Lions: Can They Put Last Season’s Late Fade Behind Them?

This past season, we saw teams like the Green Bay Packers, Miami Dolphins and Pittsburgh Steelers rebound from sluggish starts to either win division titles or reach the playoffs. On the other hand, the Detroit Lions were sitting at 9-4 with three games to play. Show More Summary

Ndamukong Suh has high praise for Charles Harris

Of the various rookies who have a chance to win defensive rookie of the year honors, few have a better shot than Miami Dolphins first-round pass rusher Charles Harris. And one of the teammates whose presence will go a long way toward creating favorable matchups for Harris likes what he has seen from Harris so…

Miami Dolphins, for some reason, want all their players to register to vote

Dolphins owner Stephen Ross’ alliance is pushing for all Miami players to register to vote. (AP) Since the NFL often seems like a fantasy-land, a reality show that plays out on our televisions on Sundays in the fall, we don’t often think about it in the most basic term: It’s a workplace. Show More Summary

Dolphins set goal of having every player registered to vote

The Miami Dolphins have set an offseason goal: to become the first team to have every player registered to vote        

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