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As the Miami Dolphins begin their OTAs (Organized Team Activities) next week, the team will be focusing on a few positional battles. One of those battles will be at the guard position. Miami will enter OTAs with Dallas Thomas
There was anticipation and excitement in the air at the Nova Southeastern University Practice Bubble, and for good reason. The Miami Dolphins’ General Manager Dennis Hickey and his entire rookie class joined the children of Special Olympics of
Andrew Abramson On The Dolphins Offseason Money Moves Andrew Abramson of The Palm Beach Post was with Tom Veit today to talk Miami Dolphins news including Tannehill’s big contract. Did Ross find a new gold mine? All of a
The city of Tampa and the city of Miami are both finalists to land Super Bowls for 2019 and 2020, according to reports. NFL owners will vote in May 2016
The last two seasons, the Miami Dolphins entered the month of December with a chance to clinch a playoff berth. Each time, the team failed to qualify for the postseason. In Ryan Tannehill’s press conference on Tuesday, he acknowledged
There are many opinions about Tom Brady, but now they all include a tarnished reality called Deflate Gate.
Ryan Tannehill has went through a lot of scrutiny in his three plus seasons with the Miami Dolphins. He has been criticized by radio hosts for not throwing deep passes accurately and has even been condemn by a teammate’s wife.
Jeff Luc played his high school football at Treasure Coast in Port St. Lucie, Florida where he became the nation’s top-rated middle linebacker. Scout.com also deemed him a five-star prospect. After being recruited by the likes of Alabama, Florida, Florida
The Miami Dolphins selected Jay Ajayi with pick No.149 in the NFL Draft to help their incumbent starting running back Lamar Miller carry the workload at the position. Miller is known for his breathtaking speed and ability to create
The New England Patriots received some bad news on Monday. The NFL announced that quarterback Tom Brady would be suspended for the first four games of the regular season for his role in the “Deflategate” scandal, in which the