The makeup of the roster of the Miami Dolphins shows you a team that should contend not just for a playoff spot, but for an AFC East title. A great defensive front, a young and talented corps of wide receivers, two running backs that...Show More Summary
There are a lot of questions surrounding the Miami Dolphins at cornerback. The questions aren't at the very top, where Miami has an elite corner in Brent Grimes. Everyone after him is still a major mystery due to youth and inexperience. There...Show More Summary
The Miami Dolphins made an enormous splash when they signed Ndamukong Suh in the offseason. How many sacks will the Dolphins total in 2015? What can they expect from their new signing? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss the Dolphins defense in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
We're weeks away from training camp for the Miami Dolphins and the rest of the NFL, that time of the year when we see who can move up the roster into starting jobs. This article isn't about that, but it is about working your way up,Show More Summary
Players on the roster bubble have two objectives. They must either prove that they are better at their position than others competing for the same roster spot, or they must prove that they can offer value in other ways (mainly on special...Show More Summary
Dion Jordan hasn’t done much to make the Dolphins want to give him extra chances. But they’re apparently giving him one anyway. According to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, the Dolphins “will give thought” to keeping Jordan in 2016, but apparently haven’t given thought to trying to recoup signing bonus money from him. Jordan’s…
Miami Dolphins defensive lineman A.J. Francis had this to say after the Supreme Court announced its landmark decision on same-sex marriage Friday. The over/under on a guy in the NFL saying dumb about the SCOTUS decision was set at 71 minutes so if you picked the under, CONGRATS! — A.J. Francis (@AJFrancis410) June 26, 2015 […]
Surrounded by question marks at the linebacker and cornerback positions, the Miami Dolphins should not be too concerned with the state of their defense. As usual, as long as their defensive line remains one of the best in the NFL, they will be in good hands. Despite a lot of new names, the game will be the same. Show More Summary
Not too many teams have had an offseason as successful as the Miami Dolphins. I'm not just talking about in 2015, I'm talking about all time. On offense the Dolphins have been especially successful this offseason, using free agency and...Show More Summary
"These things will change. Can you feel it now? These walls they put up to hold us back will fall down. It's a revolution. The time will come for us to finally win," sang Taylor Swift in "Change. You may not like the name behind those...Show More Summary
The Financial Times reports that a bid to take over part, if not all of the Formula One Group is being prepared by RSE Ventures (owners of the Miami Dolphins) and Qatar Sports Investments. Continue reading Miami Dolphins teaming up with...Show More Summary
The NFL is the season that never ends, but the closest thing to respite is the brief downtime between the end of the spring workout program (mid-June) and the beginning of training camp (late July). The Miami Dolphins are only just beginning...Show More Summary
The most important matchups for any NFL team every season are those against their divisional foes. The Miami Dolphins compete in a division home to the defending Super Bowl champions. They will be hoping that after a 9-7 season theyShow More Summary
Investors hope that Formula 1 can challenge Nascar in the U.S.
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross and the Qatar Sports Investment group could launch a $7.9 billion (£5 billion) attempt to buy a controlling stake in Formula One, according to Daniel Johnson of Telegraph Sport. A joint effort may be...Show More Summary
The owner of the Miami Dolphins American football team is reportedly working with investors from Qatar to buy a stake in Formula 1 racing.
The Miami Dolphins added several new pieces to their offense this offseason. Who will be the Dolphins' offensive MVP in 2015? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss the Dolphins offense in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
There are still a lot of balls up in the air as the Miami Dolphins prepare for training camp in a month, but as we get closer to the beginning of that grueling stretch, some of those balls could begin to fall into place. There are positional...Show More Summary
In 2010, then-Jets conditioning coach Sal Alosi tripped Miami Dolphins player Nolan Carroll from the sidelines of a New York-Miami match-up. (...)
A nation of dudes wiped off their dried up Entourage spittle and tuned in to the premiere of HBO’s Ballers, which stars Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as Spencer Strasmore, a retired Miami Dolphins player turned financial advisor. Broke athletes, with a side of tits, is what it is, and it’s likely to be every football lover’s new fix, even if it’s not that good. Read more...