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On Friday, Miami Dolphins Executive Vice President of Football Operations Mike Tannenbaum, General Manager Dennis Hickey, Assistant General Manager Eric Stokes spoke with the media regarding the 2015 NFL Draft process. While a lot has been made about the
The best case scenario with each pick, the next best option, and the worst case scenario for the Miami Dolphins six draft choices.
Greg Jennings had a subpar 2014 season for the Minnesota Vikings. On Thursday, in his first introduction to the South Florida media, Jennings talked about how much he was looking forward to his new opportunity with the Miami Dolphins.
After losing wide receivers Mike Wallace to the Minnesota Vikings and Brian Hartline to the Cleveland Browns in free agency, the Miami Dolphins have been long thought to select a wide receiver in the 2015 NFL Draft. Thankfully, wide
TJ Rives On The Miami Dolphins Potential NFL Draft Choices TJ Rives of TuneIn joined Tom Veit today to talk about NFL draft news and the Dolphins potential to draft Tampa native and UCLA WR Nelson Agholor. Miami, do
On Wednesday, the Miami Dolphins announced that the team has signed offensive linemen Jeff Linkenbach and Jacques McClendon. The signing of both Linkenbach and McClendon will provide the Dolphins with more depth on their offensive line. “I would like to
Do you see what I see? The best player in the draft is going in the top 10.
The Miami Dolphins will begin their season Sep. 13 at FedEXField against Washington. They will then travel to EverBank Field to face the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Dolphins will have their home opener Sep. 27 against their division rival –
Rannell Hall earned the moniker Speedy when he tracked down a ball carrier and made a game-saving tackle in the waning moments of a Pop Warner football game. Hall donned the nickname Speedy during his time at Miami Carol City
The Miami Dolphins have released their 2015 preseason schedule with dates and times