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Mid-Round NFL Draft Targets Who Could Start in Year 1 for Miami Dolphins

The Miami Dolphins have plenty of holes to fill but only three draft picks in the first three rounds, meaning they will have to look in the middle of the draft for sleepers who could rise up and start for the team. This has been something...Show More Summary

5 Mistakes the Miami Dolphins Can't Afford to Make This Offseason

Entering general manager Dennis Hickey’s second offseason as the Miami Dolphins’ key personnel decision-maker, the pressure couldn’t be higher. He’s faced with the task of cleaning up after recent free-agency splurges have failed toShow More Summary

Called Out: NFL Player’s Wife Blasts NFL For How It Treats Its Players

NFL Player’s Wife Blasts NFL For How It Treats Its Players Miami Dolphins baller Brent Grimes’ wife just absolutely went all the way in on the NFL for the way it treats its players. These tweets are epic takedowns of

8 Late-Round Sleepers Who Would Be Perfect for Miami Dolphins

As the 2015 NFL draft class shapes up, it’s fun to look at the premium prospects and how they could potentially fit with a team. But it’s important to remember the players that are selected on Day 3, as they’re often vital to team depth,...Show More Summary

Miami Dolphins: Who Stays and Who Goes in 2015 Free Agency

The Miami Dolphins have 19 impending free agents this offseason, meaning they have 19 tough decisions as to who should stay and who should go. These free agents range from big fish that expect big paydays (Jared Odrick and Charles Clay)...Show More Summary

Brent Grimes makes insane, back-to-the-ball interception in Pro Bowl

GLENDALE, Ariz. — In a game with 1,063 combined yards of offense, it was a defensive play that was the highlight of the Pro Bowl. Miami Dolphins cornerback Brent Grimes — aka "Optimus Grimes" — was one of the few defenders who really showed up to play in the 32-28 Team Irvin over Team Carter game. Show More Summary

Miami Dolphins: 6 Top Free-Agency Targets at Defensive Tackle

The free-agent checklist for the Miami Dolphins features several prominent positions, as general manager Dennis Hickey looks to improve the quality of the roster. Arguably the biggest position of need is defensive tackle. For 10 games...Show More Summary

Miami Dolphins Part Ways with SeaWorld, End Marketing Partnership

SeaWorld has lost yet another marketing partnership; with the latest to swim away none other than the NFL Miami Dolphins. The separation ends a marketing deal that included registry in a Read More The post Miami Dolphins Part Ways with SeaWorld, End Marketing Partnership appeared first on Ecorazzi.

Why the Miami Dolphins Absolutely Must Draft Jordan Phillips

For the Miami Dolphins to capitalize on having the No. 14 overall pick in the NFL draft, identifying the best possible talent to fit the needs of the roster is critical. To prevent another defensive collapse in 2015 like what happened...Show More Summary

Miami Dolphins Free Agents: Ranking Re-Sign Priorities for Miami

When a salary cap limits your budget the way the NFL's salary cap does, then teams like the Miami Dolphins have to prioritize their spending in the offseason. Usually atop the list of priorities is re-signing your key free agents before they hit the open market. Show More Summary

Are Dolphins, LB Denzel Perryman a match?

MOBILE, Ala. -- There was a four-play sequence Tuesday during Senior Bowl practice where University of Miami linebacker Denzel Perryman appeared to be the best player on the field. On the first play, Perryman attacked downhill and made a good read-and-react play to stop the running back for a short gain. Show More Summary

New York Jets DC Search: Latest Rumors and Speculation on Vacant Position

Todd Bowles has apparently chosen his right-hand man for rebuilding the New York Jets' defense. Kacy Rodgers, currently serving as the Miami Dolphins' defensive line coach, is expected to be named to the position in the coming days. Armando...Show More Summary

Dolphins owner impressed by Ryan Tannehill's progress

Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross was in a jovial mood last week. The team announced major changes to Sun Life Stadium and Ross, who worked on that project for the past few years, had reason to celebrate. However, Ross' football team has been inconsistent on the field. Show More Summary

Miami Dolphins Senior Bowl preview

With a two-week break until the Super Bowl, many NFL decision-makers will meet this week in Mobile, Alabama, for the 2015 Senior Bowl. This is a huge scouting opportunity for all 32 teams to see some of the best prospects in this year's NFL draft. Show More Summary

Miami Dolphins' Draft Scouting Guide for the 2015 Senior Bowl

One of the best opportunities to get an in-person glimpse of premier collegiate talent has arrived for the Miami Dolphins, as the 2015 Senior Bowl has arrived. From Tuesday through Saturday, team scouts will be littered throughout the...Show More Summary

Dolphins owner non-committal on WR Mike Wallace

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is unsure if receiver Mike Wallace -- the team's highest-paid player -- will return to the roster in 2015. Ross was non-committal Friday when asked about Wallace following the team's unveiling of upgrades made at Sun Life Stadium. Show More Summary

Dolphins owner not sure if Mike Wallace will stay

The Dolphins are keeping their coaching staff, but along with a reshuffled organizational chart, there could be some more big changes on the way. According to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, Dolphins owner was noncommittal about wide receiver Mike Wallace’s future with the team. “I don’t think anyone really knows,” Ross replied to questions…

Why Getting Branden Albert Back Healthy Is Vital for Dolphins

The moment the Miami Dolphins lost Branden Albert for the remainder of the 2014 season due to a torn ACL, the team had a much larger uphill battle that was hard to anticipate. Miami’s prized free agent from last offseason was performing...Show More Summary

How did a former football player survive 16 hours in the water after falling overboard?

2 weeks agoHealth : The Checkup

The tale was almost beyond belief. A former pro football player, ex-Miami Dolphin fullback Rob Konrad, said he fell from his boat nine miles off the coast of Miami last week, swam all night and washed up in Palm Beach after covering 27 miles in the water.Read full article >>

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