I was fortunate to attend the MDC preliminary & semi auditions this past weekend. As is the norm in Miami hundreds of beautiful and talented young ladies were lined up to try to attain a spot on one of the NFL’s most prestigious entertainment cheer squads. At end of day the field was reduced to [...]
It's draft week, which can only mean one thing: The rumors and reports are flying in at full speed, like a prospect racing 40 yards down the Indianapolis Colts' sideline at the scouting combine. The Miami Dolphins have multiple areas...Show More Summary
DolphinsCheerleaders.com: Dolphins Fans, now is your chance to help us pick the 2015 Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders Squad! Simply click on the 5 ladies that you want to see most on our squad this year and submit! Then, join us at the live final auditions on Sunday, May 3rd at Miniaci Performing Arts Center in NSU [...]
The Sun Sentinel has some great photos from yesterday’s open call audition for the Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders. Click here to check it out!
Greg Jennings picked the Dolphins as his next landing spot and the receiver cites his relationship with Joe Philbin and what the team is building on as major contributing factors into making his decision.
Wide receiver Greg Jennings landed a new job with the Dolphins this week and we’ll talk to him about it on Friday’s edition of PFT Live. Jennings signed a two-year deal with Miami after visiting a few teams following his release from the Vikings and he’ll join Mike Florio to talk about the things that…
NFL draft grades are like the tortoise and the hare. Some analysts will rush to provide grades for each team's draft in the immediate aftermath, but slow and steady wins the race here. You can't possibly get a good read on a team's draft...Show More Summary
Miami Dolphin's defensive lineman A.J. Francis is looking to make a few extra bucks this off-season. The 24-year-old, who made $316,000 last season, revealed that he'd applied to the rideshare company with a series of tweets on April 22. See also: 14 little-known NFL referee hand signals Just applied to be an @Uber driver... Show More Summary
A.J. Francis is a 6-foot-5, 330-pound defensive lineman for the Miami Dolphins, and he wants to be an Uber driver. Francis first announced on his Twitter account that he had applied to be an Uber driver. Later, Francis told Jason Molinet...Show More Summary
If you're in South Florida, you request an Uber driver and you're getting picked up by A.J. in a Dodge Charger, you might be in for one heck of an interesting ride. That's because it could be the automobile of Miami Dolphins defensive lineman A.J. Show More Summary
Let A.J. Francis make his money. A.J. Francis is a professional football player for the Miami Dolphins. The Miami Dolphins are currently not playing football, so A.J. Francis has some free time. He decided to use this time productively by applying to be an Uber driver. Show More Summary
NFL draft dreams do not always become a reality. So let's say, for the sake of argument, that Louisville wide receiver DeVante Parker is not available when the Miami Dolphins go on the clock at No. 14 in the first round. It would beShow More Summary
Miami Dolphins defensive tackle A.J. Francis just bought a new car and now wants to put it to work shuttling passengers around South Florida.
There hasn't been a team in the NFL more active this offseason than the Miami Dolphins. In addition to rebuilding the defense around free-agent defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, the Dolphins have also revamped their receiving corps around second-year pro Jarvis Landry. Well, sort of. Show More Summary
Two people familiar with the negotiations say free agent receiver Greg Jennings has signed with the Miami Dolphins.
The Miami Dolphins have reportedly reached an agreement with veteran free-agent wide receiver Greg Jennings. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport confirmed Yahoo Sports' Rand Getlin's report that the former Minnesota Vikings wide receiver was headed to Miami. Show More Summary
It tooks some time, but the veteran receiver has finally found a new home. Free agent wide receiver Greg Jennings is signing with the Miami Dolphins, according to Yahoo! Sports' Rand Getlin. Jennings will be reunited with his formerShow More Summary
Veteran receiver Greg Jennings, who has played for the Packers and Vikings during a nine-year NFL career, will be playing in a considerably warmer climate in 2015. Per a league source, Jennings has agreed to terms with the Dolphins. The deal is worth $8 million over two years. Jennings had drawn interest from the Panthers,…
Former USC receiver Nelson Agholor is scheduled to visit the Miami Dolphins on Wednesday, the NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported.
The Miami Dolphins have some needs to address in the 2015 NFL draft. What positions should they focus on? Who is at the top of their big board? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post discuss the Dolphins' draft big board in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com